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TABLE OFiCONTENTS, 



VOLUME I. 

Governor's Message, Biennial 1 

Secretary of State, Biennial Report. 2 

Auditor of Public Accounts. Biennial Report 3 

Treasurer of State. Biennial Report 4 

Attorney General, Biennial Report 5 



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BIENNIAL MESSAGE 



OP 



JOSEPH W. FIFER, 



GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS, 



TO THE 



3 7th General Assembly, 



January 8, 1891. 



SPBINGl'IELD, ILL. 
H. W. Bokzbb, State Pbinteb and Bdtdee. 

1891. 



BIENNIAL MESSAGE. 



Executive Department, 
Springfield, III., January 8, 1891. 

Gentlemen of the Senate and House of Representatives : 

In compliance with the constitution, I have the honor to sub- 
mit for your consideration, my biennial message. I shall not, 
in this communication, attempt to discuss in detail every ques- 
tion likely to become the subject of legislation at the present 
session, nor shall I protract unduly what I have to say, by a 
reference to facts falling peculiarly within your own knowledge 
or that can be readily ascertained by an examination of the re- 
ports made to me in obedience to law by the state officers, and 
those in charge of the various institutions of the state, which 
reports, for your convenience and information, have been printed 
and will, in due time, be laid before you. I shall refer to such 
facts and make such suggestions only as seem of most import- 
ance and as are calculated to aid you in the discharge of the re- 
sponsible duties of the session now opening. 

It is gratifying to note that Illinois ranks first in agriculture 
and third in manufacture and population, among the states of 
the Federal Union. The past two years have witnessed a steady 
and substantial growth in wealth, population and commercial 
influence. The laws have been obeyed, and peace, good order 
and abundance have prevailed throughout our borders. The 
judiciary of the state continues to hold that high place in the 
public confidence so essential to a proper discharge of its im- 
portant functions. These facts form fitting subjects for con- 
gratulation, demonstrating as they do the capacity of the people 
to govern themselves. 

Not to any one industry, but to all combined, are w r e indebted 
for our great progress. The farmer who sows and reaps; the 
merchant who facilitates exchanges ; the capitalist whose money 
builds and equips our railroads; the carpenter and mason who 
build, and the artist who beautifies our homes; the miner whose 
toil unlocks the secret store-houses of nature; the quarryman 
who drills in stone; the trainmen who run the flying trains; 
the common laborer who digs our canals and does the heavy 



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drudgery of the warehouse and the street ; these and many others 
have contributed each in his own way to our great wealth and 
progress and deserves, and will, I doubt not, receive your most 
careful and thoughtful consideration. They form an indispens- 
able part of our industrial system and constitute the means by 
which, under a laudable competition, our state is to be brought 
to a yet higher standard of industrial excellence. Emulation 
without envy, and competition without detraction, should mark 
the intercourse of all our people. 

THE PENITENTIARIES. 

One of the most important questions to which I invite your 
attention, and which will demand your most serious considera- 
tion, in view of the recent constitutional amendment forbidding 
contract labor, is the disposition that is to be made of the 
prisoners confined in the penal institutions of the state, on the 
expiration of the contracts under which they are now employed. 
These institutions are being conducted with prud^n^e, wi«dom 
and economy. They were never in a better condition and the 
management will bear the most rigid scrutiny. During the last 
year tne Northern Illinois Penitentiary has been self-sustaining, 
and the one at Chester nearly so. 

I shall speak of these institutions separately, beginning with 
the Illinois State Penitentiary located at Joliet. There were, on 
the first day of October, 1890, 1,365 convicts confined in this 
institution, contracts for the labor of 305 of whom expired 
August 1, 1889; and on July 1, 1890, other contracts expired 
for the labor of 125 additional convicts, making the total num- 
ber of convicts released from contract labor up to this time, 
430. Of the contracts yet in force, seven will expire on October 
1, 1892, releasing 472 convicts, and the remaining contracts, 
seven in number, will expire on October 1 and November 1, 
1894, releasing 269 more. These 741 prisoners are now employed 
under existing contracts and are each earning on an average, 
about sixty cents per day. 

The disposition that has been made of the convicts already re- 
leased by the expiration of contracts and the reasons for the 
plan adopted, is best told in the language of the Commissioners 
themselves, in their report made to me under date of October 
1, 1890. They say: 

"We have given serious consideration as to the best plan for employing 
these prisoners. Work of some character is essential. The prisoners them- 
selves prefer it, and the ill-success of the experiment of keeping convicts 
idle in New York prisons proves the necessity of it. The question arises: 
What system of work shall be adopted ? During the time the convicts in 
this institution were employed on the state account system, appropriations 
from July 1, 1867, to November 30, 1871, not inclusive of appropriations 
for permanent improvements, were made for this penitentiary by the 
General Assembly, amounting to $632,644.89. The prison fell short of being 
self-sustaining during the same period in the sum of $544,699.22. The ap- 
proximate loss sustained during the same time for bad debts was $65,801.06. 



In view of the disastrous financial results while this system was in opera- 
tion, and the fact that under contracts yet in force whereby the entire 
available shop-room of the prison will be in use for the next two years at 
least, and the still further fact that at the last General Assembly of the 
State, a Joint committee of five was appointed to visit and investigate our 
own prisons and the prisons and prison systems of the other states, and 
report to the next General Assembly, recommending such a law as shall 
secure to us the best methods for the general management of our peni- 
tentiaries whenever the present contract system shall expire, we have 
hesitated to anticipate the action of the General Assembly by adopting 
any permanent system of labor, but have deemed it best while awaiting 
the action of the General Assembly, and to save the state from loss in 
the interim, and also looking to the health of the convicts, to enter into 
agreements for the employment upon the piece price plan, of all convicts 
whose labor is not required under unexpired contracts or in performing 
the necessary work of the prison, which agreements were made subject to 
approval of the General Assembly or amendment by legislative enactment 
providing for the adoption of a system of labor." 

Here then, we have a clear, concise statement of what has 
been done, and cogent reasons given for the plan adopted. If 
the General Assembly is not satisfied with the course pursued 
and wish to change it, the way is open. The convicts can be 
allowed to lie idle, or they can be employed on the state ac- 
count system, as formerly. The health and morals of the con- 
victs, no less than existing laws, forbid the adoption of the 
former course. And the second will require a large appropria- 
tion of money for the purchase of machinery and tools and also 
for the purchase of raw materials out of which the manufactured 
goods are to be made. A market must also be found for the 
manufactured articles, and the state, having no established 
trade, like that enjoyed by the present contractors, must employ 
men to sell the goods and to build up and expand the trade 
of the institution. During the time required for this, and until 
the state begins to realize on sales, the entire expense must be 
borne by appropriations made from the public treasury. After 
all this has been accomplished, the question remains: Can the 
state go into the markets and sell the manufactured articles to 
advantage; can it sell at the prices at which they are now sold 
by the present contractors, each of whom has a large and well- 
established business of his own? If this cannot be done, then 
should the convicts be employed in manufacturing on state ac- 
count, the competition would, unavoidably, work greater hard- 
ship to the labor of the outside world than it now does under 
the present contract system. 

On the 1st day of October, 1890, there were confined in the 
Southern Illinois Penitentiary, 667 convicts, only 125 of whom 
are working under contract, and this, the only remaining con- 
tract, will expire on the 30th day of June, 1894. Two contracts 
have already expired, one on the 1st day of July, and the other 
on the 1st day of August, of 1890, releasing in all 250 convicts. 
And I will add that by the expiration of these contracts, the 
earning capacity of the prison has been reduced in the sum of 
136,000 annually. 



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The convicts not working under unexpired contracts, are em- 
ployed in building the institution for insane criminals provided 
for by the last General Assembly, in making brick, cultivating 
the farm, and in and about the Warden's house and the other 
departments, of the institution. For a detailed statement of 
the condition and present needs of this institution, I respectfully 
refer you to the Warden's report, and that of the Commissioners, 
and commend to your favorable consideration the wise sugges- 
tions which they contain. I especially urge that the capacity 
for the manufacture of brick be at least doubled, as by this 
means from 50 to 75 additional convicts can be, with a* small 
expense, profitably employed. Much time and money has been 
spent by the state in building up and expanding this industry, 
and now, after the lapse of many years, it has been brought to 
a high degree of perfection, and the trade largely extended. It 
is believed that it affords one of the best means for the employ- 
ment of convicts in the future. The appropriations asked 
for by the Commissioners of both these institutions seem reason- 
able, and I recommend that they be allowed. 

From the foregoing facts it would seem then, that hereafter a 
large number of convicts confined in our penitentiaries must 
lie idle unless the State makes appropriations sufficient for the 
purchase of machinery, tools and raw materials, thereby enab- 
ling the commissioners to manufacture on state account. 

As a number of contracts will not expire for years to come, 
it is for this General Assembly* to determine whether it is ex- 
pedient to continue until that time the piece price plan which 
has been temporarily adopted by the Commissioners in the 
penitentiary located at Joliet. Such a course could not, in any 
event, result in loss to the state. Whatever system of labor 
is adopted, due care should be taken that the labor of these 
convicts is made to compete as little as possible with the free 
labor of the state. 

The facts and suggestions here presented, taken with those 
contained in the reports of the officers of these institutions, 
will furnish a sufficient basis for intelligent action on the part 
of the General Assembly, to whose enlightened judgment and 
sound discretion I submit this difficult problem for solution. 

PRISON REFORM. 

I have thus discussed the condition of the Illinois prisons so 
far as concerns their fiscal and industrial relations. I can not, 
however, turn from this most important topic, without reminding 
you that there is another and far higher phase of this subject 
of prison management which should claim your most humane 
consideration. To this higher phase of the question I will now, 
in very general terms, invite your attention. 

I am exceedingly unwilling that the proud commonwealth of 
Illinois should, in any of its departments, rest content with a 
showing of progress that is merely material, or which can be 



fully expressed and tabulated in the report of the assessor and 
the census taker. Proud, as we have a right to be, of our material 
growth, we should never forget that all our tabulated wealth 
and material potencies constitute no more than a broad found- 
ation on which to organize and securely found higher and 
better forms of progress. Nor should we forget that opportuni- 
ties for honorable achievement in the moral world,, when unim- 
proved, become the badges of failure and disgrace. 

In no department of state regulation and police activity, do 
the humanities, in my judgment, find a wider field for intelli- 
gent exercise than in the great movement toward prison reform 
which now engages the attention of many of the first philan- 
thropists of the age. The character of the reforms inaugurated 
and the results of the work accomplished in some sister states 
of the Union, are doubtless well known to most of you and 
need not be here recited at length. 

The fundamental error which a true prison reform must cor- 
rect is that which treats with indiscriminate rigor all who vio- 
late the criminal code, and which, in the promiscuity of a com- 
mon degradation, drives every prisoner of state into a forced 
and life-long war against society. It is the bane of our police 
regulations that they know but two classes: Those who break 
and those who observe the cold letter of the law. Of past 
opportunities, of moral capacity, of the palliations of environ- 
ment, of degrees of moral turpitude, our system takes no 
account whatever. We deliberately draw a dead line, and he 
who crosses over, if detected, falls at once into a gulf as black 
and bottomless as death. We refuse to recognize, in a legal 
way, the patent fact that in many cases those who step across 
this line are not morally worse than many others who dally 
along its edge and barely miss taking the one fatal step, or who, 
taking that step, have the good fortune to do so when the 
police are not on guard. 

We forget, too, that many of the most dangerous enemies of 
society utter long prayers m the distant and secure citadel of 
legal favor, and nave learned to avoid overt acts of recognized 
criminality. 

One who has had experience with the promiscuous class which 
we call " criminals" well knows there is a time in the life of 
many a young man, when even trivial circumstances may send 
him either in the direction of success and honor, or in the direc- 
tion of crime and its present consequent moral death. For 
such, our laws, it seems to me, make no adequate provision. 

Allowing full force to the great fact of heredity, now being 
wisely recognized, it may be said that men no more become 
hardened felons and enemies of society in a day, than they are 
able to purify their souls to immaculate whiteness in the same 
brief period. 

Two young men of about equal inherited tendencies and 
equal moral education start together in the race of life. We 



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will suppose they do not belong to a high type of moral 
excellence, but they are such as society affords, and must be 
dealt with by our laws as they are. These young men, in 
thoughtlessness, or passion, or possibly from motives of a de- 
gree Tower than these, may each commit a state's prison offense - r 
but one is detected, while the other is so fortunate as to conceal 
his guilt. The one who is apprehended, is convicted of felony,, 
and goes to the penitentiary, and when he enters there he leaves 
all hope behind. Practically, nothing remains to him but a life- 
long war against society. The brand of Cain is henceforth upon 
him. His one fatal step has brought upon him the calamitous- 
necessity of going on in sin, and henceforth, from the fastnesses 
of crime, he makes periodical inroads upon a social order of 
which he forms no part. For him the word "home" is an 
empty sound. The cnurch bells, summoning to the altar of 
devotion, find no echo in his heart. He is, in short, morally 
dead. 

The other young man who started morally upon a plane with 
him may, through better luck, find honorable employment, and 
with the gathering moral support of association, which the 
other lacked, may ultimately achieve success, finally passing on 
to the position of secure and respected citizenship. 

If such cases may occur (and that they do occur thousands can 
testify) is there not something radically wrong with our penal 
system? Is not the state in some degree responsible for the 
fall of one of these young men, while deserving no credit for 
the preservation and success of the other? 

It is a recognition of the injustice which condemns all degrees 
of criminality to wear alike the scarlet letter of indiscriminate 
disgrace, which has led many humane judges of our state to 
exercise the Questionable power of "suspending sentence" in 
the case of those young offenders whom they are unwilling to 
cast into the seething caldron from which none escape. 

Obviously, infractions of the penal code can not be connived 
at by those officers whose duty is its enforcement. These can 
not exercise a discretion as to whom among offenders they will 
select for prosecution. All should, at the outset, be treated 
alike, and none that are guilty should escape. But I am con- 
vinced that sentences of imprisonment should be indeterminate 
as to time of punishment. The question for the trial court- 
should simply be guilty or not guilty of the crime charged in 
the indictment, and the judgment of the court should record 
the result of a fair trial upon that question. The question of 
the length of punishment, with the minimum and the maximum 
terms provided in the statute, should be reserved for later de- 
termination in the light of developments and with due regard 
to the moral status and progress of the subject. The data 
on which the term of punishment could alone be intelligently 
determined, could not well be placed before the trial jury as evi- 
dence in court., even if competent under legal rules, and if this 



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could be done only omniscience coiild justly decide in advance, on 
any possible showing, bow long any given prisoner ought to 
serve. The determination of this question of extent of punishment 
should be made to depend upon the mental and moral progress 
of each subject, to be ascertained under wise rules of discipline 
and after actual experience with each convict. 

All this, I know, pre-supposes that the prison should be made 
within practicable limits a reformatory; and I venture the opinion 
that the penitentiaries of the land are destined in the near future 
to become as to all inmates, except the known incorrigible, 
places of mental and moral discipline, looking to the assistance 
as well as the punishment of the criminally unfortunate. 

When this salutary reform shall be brought within practicable 
reach of our commonwealth, it will no doubt be wise to begin 
the reform by designating the present boys' reform school at 
Pontiac as a general reformatory, where" the new and better 
deas of prison management may be applied to old as w r ell as 
young, reserving the other prisons, temporarily at least, for the 
confinement of the obdurate and the hopeless. As to the feasibility 
of this plan, I invite your attention to the suggestions contained 
in the last report of the trustees of the Reform School. The 
transition must be gradual; but a beginning could be made in 
the manner suggested. 

It is to me a source of regret that our state is now, as regards 

Erison management, in a state of transition, made necessary 
y the recent constitutional amendment which mav delav the 
trial of a system, which properly administered, would, I believe 
prove salutary, and in tne end be of benefit to the state in a 
financial as well as a moral way. I could not, however, forgive 
myself, holding the views I do, if I failed in this first communi- 
cation by message to the General Assembly, to direct attention 
to this subject, compared with which I hold no other of greater 
importance. And I do this in the desire that whatever may be 
your opinion as to the practicability of an immediate departure 
m the direction pointed out, you may at least do nothing 
which will, in the future, prove inconsistent with an early adop- 
tion of these salutary reforms. 

I am not unaware that there are those who will say that regu- 
lations for the moral and educational improvement of prisoners, 
will be availed of most quickly and effectively by the worse 
instead of the better element; that it will offer a reward to 
hypocrisy and pretended reform, and that all efforts in the di- 
rection indicated are but attempts to realize the impracticable 
dreams of the enthusiast. The ill opinion of such, I am willing 
to accept complacently, with the single observation that an ap- 
plication of the same pessimistic logic would demolish the com- 
mon school itself and would certainly abolish the Keform School 
at Pontiac, which the state has already established for juvenile 
offenders. 



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If these reforms are not undertaken by the present General 
Assembly, I recommend for immediate action the good policy 
of so changing the law as to invest the court instead of the 
jurv, with the power to fix punishments in all cases. The pre- 
siding judge has at hand means of information bearing upon 
the proper degree of punishment which, as before observed, it 
would not be practicable, nor legally competent, to place before 
the jury which tries the question of guilt. I am satisfied, on 
facts learned from nay visits to the prisons of the state, that 

Sunishments are fixed unequally, and that a great gain in the 
irection of justice would be secured under our system as it is, 
by an act transferring the power to fix punishments in felonies, 
from the jury to the court, where that power now rests in cases 
of misdemeanor. From information gained on my official visits 
to the penitentiaries, I am led to believe that provision should 
be made for proper defenses in cases of the poor and helpless. 
I am also convinced that the statute making the compensation 
of state's attorneys depend upon the number of convictions they 
are able to secure, is not wise, and should be modified so as to give 
the public prosecutors, a liberal, fixed salary, thus placing them 
more nearly in a judicial attitude in the discharge of their import- 
ant duties/ I submit, it is not fair to a state's attorney himself, 
thus to make his pay contingent on the securing of numerous 
convictions. He should be made to feel as free to discharge a 
prisoner, the justice of whose conviction is not apparent, as to 
convict one known to be guilty. While our state's attorneys 
are, as a class, of high character and would not, I am glad to 
believe, weigh grains of silver against ounces of blood, yet there 
is, it seems to me, something unworthy of the policy of a great 
state, thus to seek to put before a prosecutor, any motive, how- 
ever small, other than the desire to faithfully discharge a 
public duty. 

CHARITABLE INSTITUTIONS. 

I commend to your most favorable consideration and liberal 
support, the charitable institutions of the state. For a full 
and complete exhibit of what the state is doing in this direc- 
tion and the cost of this humane and beneficent work, I refer 
you to the exhaustive and luminous report of the state Board 
of Charities, together with the reports of the trustees of the 
several charitable institutions, copies of which reports I will 
cause to be laid before you at an early date. 

For the year ending June 30, 1890, the average attendance 
at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home was 789; at the Soldiers' 
Orphans' Home, 313; at the four hospitals for the insane, 
3,701; at the Institution for the Education of the Deaf and 
Dumb, 364; at the Institution for the Education of the Blind, 
121; at the Asylum for the Feeble-Minded, 410; at the Eye and 
Ear Infirmary, 139; and at the Reform School, 359. Some of 
these institutions are over-crowded and there are many outside 



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to whom admission is refused for want of room. The manage- 
ment of our state charities will bear the closest scrutiny, and 
most critical inspection, and it is a pleasure to assert that the 
institutions devoted to the care of the unfortunate are of such 
a character as to merit the approval of all our people. Each 
in its sphere is accomplishing a good work and achieving the 
most gratifying results. 

Their efficiency should not be impaired by insufficient appro- 
priations, for they are, in a measure alleviating the wants of 
a large class of our fellow beings, whose helpless condition ap- 

Seals to us for sympathy and charity. While extravagance in all 
epartments should be carefully guarded against, nevertheless it 
would be false economy to cripple or, enfeeble any part of the 
public service by failure to provide sufficiently for all reasonable 
demands. 

I have received from the United States for the Soldiers' and 
Sailors' Home, the sum of $131,608.87, and the same has been 
turned over to the state Treasurer. This money has been trans- 
mitted by drafts, payable to my order as Governor, and I sug- 
gest that some action be taken whereby the money appropri- 
ated by the Federal government toward the maintenance of 
the inmates at the Home may be received directly by the state 
Treasurer. 

STATE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE. 

Illinois has greater natural resources aud is capable of sup- 
porting a denser population than any other state in the Amer- 
ican union. The fertility of her soil is unsurpassed by any in 
the world, and furnishes boundless resources for agriculture, 
which industry constitutes the real basis of our great wealth 
and prosperity. Realizing: these facts, and with an earnest de- 
sire to promote the interests of the farmer, the stock raiser 
and the horticulturist, the General Assembly wisely enacted a 
law for the organization of the state Board of Agriculture, 
which board has for its object the development of these depart- 
ments of our industrial structure. The law was amended in 
1H77 and is now sufficient, it is believed, to enable the board 
to effectually discharge its responsible duties respecting these 
great industries. 

At each session of the General Assembly for a number of years 
past, a small appropriation has been made to the board for 
the purpose of defraying its necessary expenses. The State Fairs, 
Fat Stock Shows, and Farmers Institute meetings in the con- 
gressional districts of the state, are all held under the auspices 
of this board. The gathering;, compiling and publishing of in- 
formation concerning the condition and .yield of the principal 
crops raised in the state, during the growing seasons and im- 
mediately after the harvest, is also the work of this board. It may 
be said that in every instance the appropriation has been small when 
compared with the importance and magnitude of the work involved 



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and the great good accomplished through the well-directed energy 
and prudence of the gentlemen comprising the board. In no in- 
stance, I believe, have the annual appropriations exceeded $14,800, 
and $100 to each congressional district, this latter sum being 
for the purpose of defraying the expenses of farmers' institute- 
meetings. This money, I am satisfied, has been wisely and judi- 
ciously expended. The board has fully met the expectations of 
the people, and the interests of agriculture, horticulture, man- 
ufactures and domestic arts have been greatly promoted 
by its intelligent action and ardent zeal in carrying out the 
purpose and objects of the law. 

Since the organization of the board in 1853, it has disbursed 
$1,043,589, the greater portion of which sum is the proceeds 
from state fairs, fat stock shows, and other like sources. This 
large sum has been wisely, and, it is believed, profitably ex- 
pended, and, in consequence, agriculture and all kindred pur- 
suits have been largely benefited. I recommend that reason- 
able appropriations be" made to enable the board to continue 

the good work in which it is now engaged. 

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LIVE 8TOCK COMMISSION. 

The live stock interest of Illinois is greater, perhaps, than 
that of any other state, and well merits the enactment of wise 
laws for its protection and encouragement. The returns for 
the year 1890, show that the assessed valuation of the domes- 
tic animals of the state aggregate, in round numbers, $47,- 
000,000, which is one-third of the assessed valuation of the 
entire personal property of the state. A realization of the vast- 
ness of this interest, coupled with the fact that the geograph- 
ical position of our state is such that it is made the natural 
gateway for the live stock traffic of the great grazing districts- 
of the west, whereby our own domestic animals are greatly ex- 

Eosed to infectious and contagious diseases, induced the Thirty- 
fth General Assembly to establish a board of Live Stock Com- 
missioners. This law was amended by the Thirty-sixth General 
Assembly, and its provisions are now ample, it is thought, to en- 
able the board to protect this great and rapidly developing 
industry. 

For years the much dreaded Texas fever, about the real na- 
ture of which but little is known, save that native cattle ex- 
posed to the fresh trail of southern cattle are condemned to 
almost certain death, has annually depleted the herds of this 
state. As a result of investigations and experiments made by 
the board, rules and regulations have been by them formulated 
and adopted for the safe conduct of the immense traffic in 
Texas and southern cattle, into or through this state during 
the seasons of the year when danger is to be apprehended, 
which rules the Thirty -sixth General Assembly enacted into law. 
A rigid and successful enforcement of these rules during the last 
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this disease. The board has protected our herds from other 
contagious diseases, and it is believed also that the health of 
the people has in many instances been preserved by them. 
Within two years this board has condemned, slaughtered and 
destroyed for human food, no less than 2,548 head of cattle in- 
fected with actinomycosis, or lumpy jaw, a contagious disease 
which is capable of being communicated to other animals and 
to man. 

I can not enter into a full discussion of the work that has 
been and is now being done by this board. But for a full his- 
tory of its proceedings during the last two years I respectfully 
refer you to its report, which will be, in due time, laid before 
you. The effective work ^ accomplished by the board in pro- 
tecting the great live stock interest of tte state fully justifies 
the wisdom of the General Assembly in the passage of the laws 
now upon the statute books and in making the liberal appro- 
priations that have heretofore been placed at the disposal of 
the board, which appropriations, I am convinced, have been 
applied in the most economical manner consistent with an 
-efficient discharge of its important duties. 

It will be seen from the report referred to. what appropri- 
ations are required at the hands of the present General Assem- 
bly. The amounts asked for seem reasonable, and will be needed. 
I am convinced, if the efficiency and usefulness of the board is 
to be continued, and 1, therefore, recommend that they be allowed. 

BUREAU OF LABOR STATISTICS. 

This is an era of official inquiry and investigation, and Jit is 
made so by a demand from every side for trustworthy informa- 
tion on which to base both legislation and intelligent opinion. 
It has thus happened that within . recent years, all the more 
progressive states, as well as the federal government in its wider 
.sphere, have established bureaus of statistics, and as the great 
problem of the day is the industrial one, these bureaus are 
especially commissioned to procure and publish statistical in- 
formation on the condition of labor in the various states, and 
the country at large. 

Illinois has not been behind other states in recognizing the 
value of impartial investigations in this field, and the bureau 
of Illinois is undoubtedly making contributions of material value 
to the statistics of the state and the country. 

The report to be submitted to the present legislature, consists 
of an extended statistical presentation of the individual earnings 
of the coal miners of the state as shown by the pay rolls of 
the principal coal companies. This affords a broad "basis of 
fact on which to formulate correct opinions and such legislation 
as the welfare of these industrious and worthy citizens may 
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In the second division of this report will be found statistics 
relating to the private indebtedness of the people as shown by 
the court records of judgments rendered and of mortgages fore- 
closed. This feature is supplemental to the statistics of mort- 
gages compiled for the last report of this bureau. And in con- 
nection with the indebtedness thus shown as resting upon the 
land of the state, statistics have, for the first time, been pre- 
pared, showing the actual value of the land as found in the 
records of deeds, made in the several counties. 

This bureau also publishes annuallv, a compendium of the 
reports of the state inspectors of coal mines, containing very- 
full information concerning the mineral resources of the state, 
the number, distribution and condition of mines, the prices of 
coal, the wages of miners and the conditions upon which they 
work. 

The organization and maintenance of this bureau of economic 
information is entirely creditable to the state, and I doubt not y 
the members of both houses will recognize the wisdom of mak- 
ing liberal provisions for its future usefulness. 

I call attention to what I said to the 36th General Assembly 
on the question of labor, and again urge that suitable legislation 
be had so as to secure to labor its just rewards. 

THE ILLINOIS NATIONAL GUARD. 

The strength of the Illinois National Guard is nearly 4,000, 
which is the limit allowed by law. This force is organized into 
two brigades, each brigade comprising three infantry regiments 
of twelve companies each and a battery of light artillery. At 
the close of the last encampment, which occurred in the summer 
of 1889, it had reached a high state of discipline and its general 
condition was perhaps never better than it was at that time. 
The *J6th General Assembly very unwisely, it seems to me, 
greatly reduced the appropriation trom what it had formerly 
been, and for this reason it was found impossible to hold the 
regular annual encampment for the year 1890. 

Without any disparagement to this fine military organiza- 
tion, or the officers or men composing it, I feel sure that those 
who are in a position to know, will agree with me when I say 
that the failure to hold an encampment for that year has had 
a discouraging and demoralizing effect upon both officers and 
men, and that the interest, discipline ana general condition of 
the troops are not what they would have been had the regular 
encampment, been held, and the men given the usual instruction 
and drill. I wish to say plainly, but with much earnestness, 
that if the general efficiency of the Illinois National Guard is to 
be maintained, provision must be made for holding annual en- 
campments, where the different organizations composing it can 
be instructed and drilled, and where they will receive a military 
discipline that will prepare them to meet all emergencies and to 
act with promptness and decision when called upon to aid the 



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civil authorities in the execution of the laws and the preserva- 
tion of the public peace. Unless provision is made ior these 
annual encampments, officers and men alike will lose all interest 
in the National Guard, enlistments will cease and disintegration 
and disorganization will soon follow. I submit, is it wise; is it 
safe in the highest, best sense; is it economical, to allow this 
to happen? 

It is proper that the people should demand that the laws in 
times or peace be executed qy the civil authorities, and this is 
exactly what the statutes of Illinois provides shall be done. 
When the local authorities, the civil officers elected by the peo- 
ple, find themselves unable to execute the laws and preserve the 
peace, they are authorized to call upon the Executive, and he, in 
turn, calls to their aid the military, which is required to act in 
strict subordination to the civil authorities. So far as I am 
aware, there is no complaint among the people against this 
rn ode of preserving the peace. There are but few who are will- 
ing to resist the execution of the law when it is made apparent 
that resistance would be useless. Therefore the moral effect 
produced by the presence, or' even the existence of the military, 
is generally sufficient to enable the civil authorities to preserve 
the peace without any resort to force. 

Previous to 1887, there were just complaints that the func- 
tions of the civil officers of the state were being usurped by 
irresponsible and unauthorized bodies of private detectives, 
which fact induced the 35th General Assembly, acting upon the 
suggestion of my predecessor, to pass a law forbidding, under 
heavy penalties, the arming and parading of all such persons 
and their assumption to act as officers of the peace without 
warrant of law. This act has had the effect to remedv this 
evil, and since that time the enforcement of the law and the 

I)re8ervation of the peace have been committed, where they be- 
ong, to the duly constituted civil authorities of the state. And 
so long as these conditions exist, there will be no complaints, 
I predict, on the part of the people, even should it oecome 
necessary occasionally to call on tne military to aid the civil 
authorities in the discharge of their duties, providing the mili- 
tary is subordinated to the civil authorities by wise laws en- 
acted by the people for that purpose. 

The able and exhaustive report of the Adjutant General will 
give you full particulars as to the condition and wants of 
this organization. The appropriations asked for in the report 
seem reasonable, and I recommend that they be allowed. The 
report also contains many wise suggestions looking to the 
future efficiency and usefulness of the Guard, which suggestions 
I commend to your most favorable consideration. 

THE FISH COMMISSION. 

The 35th General Assembly very wisely enacted a law enlarg- 
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all other laws in conflict with the same. This law has greatly 
aided the Commission in the prosecution of its work. It has 
had the effect to encourage the propagation and cultivation of 
fish in all the waters of the state and has also greatly aided in 
their protection. With proper encouragement on the part of 
the General Assembly, in the way of reasonable appropriations, 
the fish supply of the state can be greatly increased, thus fur- 
nishing the masses of our people a healthful and most ex- 
cellent food. 

THE BOARDS OF PHARMACY AND DENTAL EXAMINERS. 

The Boards of Pharmacy, and Dental Examiners, are both 
self-sustaining, and therefore do not require any appropriation 
at the hands of the General Assembly. The laws creating these 
boards and under which each is discharging its proper functions, 
have for their object the public good, and rest on both reason 
and experience. These boards are necessary agencies in the 
preservation of the public health. Each in its own way is ac- 
complishing much good and deserves the continued encourage- 
ment of the General Assembly. 

The present condition of the boards and the work accom- 
plished by each since the last session of the General Assembly, 
can readily be found by an examination of their last biennial 
reports. 

EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 

The estimated value of school property in the state at the 
present time is, in round numbers, $27,000,000. The total ex- 

?enditures for maintaining the schools of the state from July, 
889, to July, 1890, amounted to $12,000,000. This latter 
sum was expended in the purchase of furniture and apparatus, 
in paying teachers, building school houses, making improve- 
ments, and in the purchase of books for poor children and for 
district libraries. 

It is well understood that a large share of this large sum is 
taken by the state from the pockets of those who have no 
children "of their own to be educated, and is justified only on the 
ground that all are, politically, at least, interested in the in- 
tellectual and moral development of each. If it is the duty of 
the taxpayer to bear this heavy burden, then there is a cor- 
responding duty resting upon the state to see to it that the 
money is wisely and judiciously expended. How then can this 
duty be discharged unless the power to regulate the schools and 
to compel the attendance of children is exercised by the state? 
Unless the state has this power, it seems clear it has no moral 
or political right to levy taxes for school purposes at all. It 
must be manifest to all that if any considerable number of 
children are permitted to remain out of school, and to grow up 
in vice and ignorance through the neglect or indifference of 



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those having control over them, then the state is not discharg- 
ing its duty to the taxpayer by making the best possible use 
of the money it compels him to pay. With an earnest desire 
to remedy any defects that might exist in the school laws of 
the State respecting these matters, the General Assembly passed 
what is known as the compulsory education law, whereby 
children between the ages of seven and fourteen years are re- 
quired to attend some public or private school for at least six- 
teen weeks- in eaeh school year. Experience has shown that this 
law has been of great benefit not only to the public schools, 
but likewise to the private and parochial schools of the state. 
In 1888 there were 1,118,472 children in the state, of a school- 
going age, only 751,349 of whom were enrolled in the public 
schools, and 100,465 in the private schools, leaving 266,658 
children who did not attend schools of any kind during that 
period. From general statistics at hand, I am convinced that 
at least one-haK of the last named, or 133,329 children, were 
between the kges of seven and fourteen years, and should have 
attended some school, but did not. 

Taking the statistics for the year ending June, 1890, there 
was a gain in the enrollment over the preceding year, of 16,454. 
In view of the character of the last winter, the bad roads and 
the prevalence of epidemics, this is certainly a very satisfactory 
showing. The increase in the attendance of pupils in the public 
schools during the last year is 20 per cent, of all the increase 
during the last ten years. That is, the increase for the last 
year is just double the average increase. 

The private and parochial schools have been benefited by 
the law as well as the public schools. According to the avail- 
able statistics, the number of pupils attending private and 
Sarochial schools from the year 1888 to the year 1889, had 
iminished. But from the year 1889 to the year 1890, there 
was an increase of such attendance, of 6,729. 

This large increase in the attendance upon our schools must 
be very gratifying to the friends of education throughout the 
state. And it must be apparent to all from what I have said 
that this desirable result is mainly, if not entirely, due to the 
compulsory education law. There is no design on the part of 
the friends of this law to deal harshly or unjustly with the 
private or parochial schools, but rather to advance the cause 
of education by benefiting all of the schools of the state. 

It is conceded, however, by all, that the law needs to be 
amended, since by its enforcement injustice, it is thought, has 
been caused in some instances. The law being a new one, per- 
fection was scarcely to be expected, and that it should need 
amendment ought to occasion no surprise. Perfection in laws 
comes only after long trial and experiment. It is not claimed 
that the law is perfect, and nobody is more willing to amend it 
than its friends. 

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I conclude, therefore, that the general- effect of the law has 
been good, and that in its essential features it should be main- 
tained; but it should be amended so as to remove all just 
causes of complaint on the part of any of the citizens of the 
state. 

The standard of excellence respecting our public schools is 
doubtless better than at any former period in the history of 
our state, and this result is largely due to the ability and" effi- 
ciency of our present Superintendent of Public Instruction. 
This condition of our schools must be very gratifying, indeed, 
to the friends of popular education. The University of Illinois, 
located at Champaign, and the two normal schools, are in a 
thriving and prosperous condition, and they have, by the good 
work accomplished, fully vindicated the wisdom of the state in 
their establishment and support. 

Closely connected with the educational institutions of the state 
stands the historical library, provided for by act of the last 
General Assembly. The library board, which has been appointed, 
is now fully organized and has already accomplished considera- 
ble in the way of establishing a library, such as is contemplated 
by the law. I recommend that further assistance be granted so 
as to enable the board to continue .its work. The report of the 
board contains much valuable $nd interesting information, and 
will furnish facts sufficient for intelligent action on the part of 
the General Assembly. 

REPORTS OF THE STATE OFFICERS. 

The reports of the Secretary of State, Attorney General, 
Auditor of Public Accounts, Treasurer, and Superintendent of 
Public Instruction, contain much valuable information, and from 
them you will be ad vised respecting the condition of their offices. 
The respective terms for which the Superintendent of Public In- 
struction and the Treasurer were elected, having expired, my 
official relations with them are closed. I cannot, however, allow 
myself to separate from them without testifying to the faithful, 
efficient and fearless manner with w T hich they have discharged 
every public duty. 

Various and responsible duties have from time to time been 
cast by law upon the Auditor of Public Accounts; duties that 
do not, it would seem, properly belong to his office. In addition 
to his ordinary duties as Auditor, this officer is required to look 
after that large and ever increasing insurance business of the 
state; also the inspection of banks incorporated under our 
statute. Thus three offices have, in effect, been combined in 
one. That a proper discharge of the duties of bank inspector 
and commissioner of insurance requires some special training 
or qualifications, will be conceded by all w T ho are in any way 
familiar with these subjects. Many of the states have separated 
these offices, and I recommend that a similar law be enacted by 



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the present General Assembly, providing for the election or ap- 
pointment of a commissioner of insurance and bank inspector, 
and that such officer be required to perform all the duties that 
are now required of the Auditor respecting the insurance bus- 
iness of the state and the inspection of banks. I think it will 
be found that the fees earned by the office will make it self- 
sustaining, not only defraying the ordinary expenses for conduct- 
ing the office, but will also pay the salary of the incumbent. 
Recent developments in the state prove the necessity for such 
an officer. The office for the transaction of the business should 
be located either at Springfield or in the principal city of the 
state where the bulk of the insurance aud banking business is 
transacted. The state of Missouri has, I am informed, located 

the office of commissioner of insurance at the citv of St. Louis. 

1/ 

Proper vouchers for all money paid out by the Governor from 
funds subject to his order, will be found on file in the office of 
the Auditor of Public Accounts. 

I submit for your consideration, the following 

ESTIMATES OF APPROPRIATION FOR THE YEARS 1891 AND 1892. 

Legislative Department 9280,000 

For the Executive Department, composed of *he offices of Governor, Secre- 
tary of State, Auditor, Treasurer, Att 'rney General, salaries and expenses: 
also salaries and expenses of th« several State boards, including Railroad 
and Warehouse. Canal, Labor. Live Stock, and Fish C mmission; State 
Board of Agriculture, State Board of Equalization. State Board of Charities, 
and State Board of Health; State Entomologist, Mine Inspector and State 

Agent* at Stock Yards 520, 000 

Judicial Department, salaries of judges. State's Attorneys, Commission of 

Claims and expenses 623,000 

Carrying convict* to and from pen tentiaries 40,000 

Carrying convicts to and from reform school 10,000 

Arresting and returning fugitives from justice 33,000 

Por public printing for all State purposes 40, 000 

For paper and stationery for the same 26, 000 

For binding 25,000 

For Illinois National Guard 240,000 

For Illinois State Penitenttary 100,000 

For Southern Illinois Penitentiary, for ordinary expenses 200, 000 

For Southern Illinois Penitentiar » , for special purposes 48, 000 

For Live Stock Commission, ordinary expenses 20,000 

For Southern Normal University, ordinary expenses 62, 400 

For Illinois State Normal University, for current expenses, Including one-half 

interest in the College and Seminary Fund 56,000 

For University of Illinois, for ordinary expenses and salaries 61,200 

For ordinary expenses and maintenance of inmates of four State Hospitals for 
the Insane. Deaf and Dumb, Blind, and Feeble-Minded Asylums, the Sol- 
diers* Orphans' Home, the CharltAble Eve and Ear Infirmary, State Re- 
form School, and Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 1.950,000 

For echool purposes 2,000,000 

Estimates for contingent appropriations for Illinois and Michigan Canal 40,000 

For State Board of Health, contingent funl 10,000 

For Live Stock Commission, contingent fund 100,00" 

Awards of Claims Commission 8,682 

THE CLAIMS COMMISSION. 

The Thirty-sixth General Assembly provided by law for the 
appointment by the Governor of a commission to hear and de- 
termine those claims against the state, which formerly found no 
other tribunal than the legislature itself, where the opportu- 
nity for their impartial consideration was not, it is believed, so 
mod as would be enjoyed by a court established for the pur- 



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pose. In this step our state but imitated the prudence 
of the general government and many of our sister states, 
which have long had commissions of this character; and the 
experience of the past two years has, I think, justified the wis- 
dom which prompted the deneral Assembly to provide for this 
tribunal. The evidence in support of claims which have been 
heard by the able board of commissioners appointed has been, 
undoubtedly, more carefully examined and more thoroughly 
sifted than a busy General Assembly could possibly have found 
time to do in the bustle and heat of a session, and the ends 
reached are more in harmony with justice. A class of speculative 
claims, which could hope for no status before a tribunal thus 
organized and proceeding according to legal forms, are, by 
such a regulation, placed where they will cease to annoy the 
General Assembly, to the expedition of legitimate legislative 
business. 

The Claims Commission has, since its organization, allowed 
an aggregate of claims amounting to $8,682.00, which sum I 
recommend be appropriated for the payment of the several 
adjudicated claims embraced in the amount. 

RAILROAD AND WAREHOUSE COMMISSION. 

The able report of the Railroad and Warehouse Commission 
will be found to contain much information of a practical char- 
acter which can but prove of great interest to the people of the 
state, and particularly instructive to those who make the laws. 
The limits of this communication do not permit me to com- 
ment in detail upon the important matters and wise sugges- 
tions contained in this report I can not, however, refrain from 
expressing my hearty endorsement of those suggestions and rec- 
ommendations which call for the passage of such laws as will 
secure greater safety to employes in the operation of railway 
trains and also increased security to the traveling public. Par- 
ticularly am I impressed with what is said in this report upon 
the necessity of providing by statute for some way in which 
the great number of grade crossings in Illinois may be guarded 
by late and appropriate appliances, thus reducing the liability 
of accidents by collision of trains at such points, to the lowest 
possible minimum. I mention this particular subject, which will 
be found ably discussed in the report in question, because it 
bears so directly upon the public welfare and appeals to us all 
on the side of humanity. The entire report will be read by you, 
and its minor suggestions will, no doubt, receive from you the 
consideration their importance deserves without a separate 
mention of each in this message, which is not practicable. 

THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD. 

The Illinois Central railroad sustains such special relations to 
the state government of Illinois, in addition to those important 



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relations it shares in common with all other roads of the state, 
that its affairs may properly be made the subject of special 
mention in this message. 

Under the wise provisions which retained to the state, in con- 
sideration of the franchise and valuable lands granted to this 
company, an interest to the extent of 7 per cent, of the gross 
earnings of the road, to be paid annually into the state treasury, 
there has been paid to the state, all told, for the vears from 
1855 to 1890, inclusive, the sum of $12,365,618.27.' Upon the 
$40,000,000 of capital stock of the company paid in, there was 
paid as dividends in the same period, the sum of $64,782,357.75, 
showing that an amount slightly exceeding 19 per cent of the 
total paid as dividends on such $40,000,000 of paid in stock 
has been turned into the state treasury; or a sum equal to 
16.03 per cent of the whole sum paid both to the state and 
upon stock. The last year, the state's 7 per cent, of gross 
earnings paid amounted to $486,281 . « 3, and on said $40,000,- 
000 of stock were distributed as dividends, $2,400,000, the 
state's portion being nearly 17 per cent, of the whole amount 
so paid. The showing for the last six months, ending October 
31, 1890, gives the state as its 7 per cent, of earnings, 
$257,219.33, or at a rate whiph would make the income of the 
state from this source over half a million per year, exceeding 
in amount any other half year in the history of the road. The 
last year as a whole has yielded the state a larger revenue than 
any other year except 1865, which, coming in a period of war 
prices and inflation, hardly constitutes a fair comparison. On 
the whole, I think, the rapid increase of the state's revenues 
from this source in late years, rising as thev have from $367,- 
788.92 in 1885, to $486,281.13 in 1890, presents an encourag- 
ing prospect and speaks well for the efficiency of the present 
management of the company, under which, if continued, we 
may reasonably expect the annual revenues of the state from 
this source will not hereafter fall below a half million dollars. 
The further building of new competing lines of railroad, such 
as have of late years greatly reduced the cross earnings of the 
road below what they would otherwise have been, having now 
almost entirely ceased, there seems cause to hope for a gradual 
and healthy growth in the revenue of the lines in which the 
state will share with the owners of the stock. 

THE ILLINOIS AND MICHIGAN CANAL. 

The report of the commissioners, soon to be printed and laid 
before you, will furnish full and explicit information concerning 
the operation and present condition of the Illinois and 
Michigan Canal. The earnings for the last two years amount 
to $183,654.17. The total expenses for the same period amount 
to $170,646.27. On the 1st day of December, 1890. there was 
on hand $76,333.03, out of which sum there have been paid 
the monthly expenses for November of that year, amounting to 



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$7,200, which sum, together with the debts now being incurred 
for rebuilding aqueducts will reduce the sum on hand to about 
160,000. Unless the usual contingent fund of $20,000 per 
annum is appropriated it is believed by the commissioners that 
it would be unwise to reduce the amount in the treasury much be- 
low what it now is. It has been the policy of former General As- 
semblies, to keep on hand a large contingent fund so as to 
enable the commissioners successfully to meet railroad compe- 
tition and other contingencies likely to arise. It may be here 
stated, however, that in no instance has it been found necessary, 
I believe, to use any portion of this contingent fund and the 
same has uniformly lapsed. 

The net earnings of the canal for the past two years amount 
to $5,807.90. This sum would have been much larger had it 
not been for the fact that expensive and much needed improve- 
ments have been recently made. It may be remarked that these 
improvements are of a substantial and permanent character. 

The commissioners, in their report, represent that the lock 
gates at Henry and those at Copperas Creek are in bad condi- 
tion and will have to be replaced with new ones, and that a 
new miter sill is very much needed at the latter place. Special 
appropriations are thought necessary for these improvements 
unless the usual contingent fund is provided for. 

This canal in connection with the Illinois river, constitutes a 
system of water communication through our State and largely 
reduces freight along its line. The affairs of this great public 
highway have been, during the past two years, wisely and 
economically managed, and it is well worth the support and 
encouragement it receives at the hands of the state. 

I will cause the report o! the commissioners to be printed and 
in due time placed before you. 

STATE BOARD OF HEALTH.. 

The state Board of Health has proved an efficient agency in 
the preservation of the public health. The able and prudent 
manner in which the affairs have been conducted during the past 
two years, entitle it to the renewed confidence of the people and 
the continued support of the General Assembly. In recent years 
much time has been devoted by the board to an examination 
of the water supply of the state and the pollution of its streams. 
A thorough study of the Illinois river basin has been made with 
a view to sanitary engineering, and the pollution of that stream 
by Chicago sewage has been the subject of continued investi- 
gation and consideration. 

With the exception of the influenza, to a study of which dis- 
ease the board devoted much time and thought" the health of 
the state has been unusually good. Diphtheria, scarlet fever and 
typhoid fever have prevailed at times in certain localities in the 
state, but were generally brought under control when the in- 



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structions of the board were obeyed. In many cases, the advice 
of the troard was wholly disregarded and as a result, a spread 
of the disease usually followed. The law should be amended so 
as to make it obligatory upon the local authorities to report 
promptly all diseases of this character to the Board of Health. 
A law of this kind would enable the board to act promptly and 
efficiently in checking the spread of contagious diseases. 

In addition to its other duties, the board has given consider- 
able of its time and attention to the work of elevating the 
standard of the medical profession in the state, and as a result 
the interests of the afflicted have been conserved by driving from 
active practice many who were not qualified to belong to this 
highly useful and honorable profession. 

The able reports made by the board from time to time con- 
tain valuable facts and statistics, and to these I respectfully re- 
fer you for more exact and complete information touching this 
very interesting and important subject. 

The contingent fund appropriated by the last General Assem- 
bly has remained untouched, which proves that the board has 
conducted its affairs with prudence and economy. The usual 
appropriation is asked at the hands of the present General As- 
sembly, and I do not see how it can be reduced without impair- 
ing the efficiency of the board. 

THE WORLD'S COLUMBIAN EXPOSITION. 

• 

I invite your attention to the legislation which may be 
necessary to provide that Illinois may be represented in an ap- 
propriate exhibit at the great World's Columbian Exposition, 
which will be held in the city of Chicago in. 1893. Although the 
next succeeding session of the General Assembly w r ould in regu- 
lar constitutional course be sitting some time before the open- 
ing of the fair, it would not be wise to leave any portion of the 
work required to that body. All needed preparations must be 
made long before it would be practicable to secure legislation 
from the General Assembly which will meet in January, 1893. 
I think it would be wise, perhaps, to raise a committee in each 
house, charged with the work of framing and reporting such 
legislation as may be deemed necessary touching this subject. 

I cannot, I feel, too strongly press upon your notice the great 
importance that Illinois should rise to an appreciation of the 
opportunity this exhibition will afford her of showing to an 
audience comprising the entire world, the great extent of her 
natural resources and the wonders of her industrial progress. 
We have been highly honored by the selection of our metropo- 
lis by the lake as the seat of an exhibition which is to com- 
memorate an event in which continents and hemispheres have 
a common part and interest. There should be no jealousies 
of section against section, or of country against city, which 
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in a spirit worthy of the greatness of the historic event to be 
commemorated, and worthy too, of her own brilliant and 
matchless history. Only seventy-three years ago, Illinois, then 
but a rich wilderness, entered the Federal union, with a popu- 
lation so sparse as scarcely to attract the attention of the cen- 
sus taker two years later. Her great metropolis, now the site 
of what will undoubtedly prove the greatest exhibition the 
world has yet seen, was not for twenty years after the admis- 
sion of the state, dreamed of as a great city. It illustrates well 
the possibilities of development which man, under the benign 
influences of free popular institutions, is able to achieve, that 
now a citv bf this infant commonwealth has been selected as 
the most appropriate spot on which to commemorate an event, 
the wonderful results of which are shared by the entire race. 

It affords me pleasure to place upon record in this public 
manner my entire confidence in the management of this great 
enterprise/ In the joint selection by the World's Fair Directory 
and the National Commission, of the Hon. George R. Davis, as 
Director General of the Exposition, a guaranty has been given 
that no advantage which can accrue from untiring industry, 
high integrity and a broad statesman-like comprehension of the 
true office and significance of the exposition in all its domestic 
and foreign relations, can now possibly be wanting. Such a 
selection invites, and ought to secure, the confidence of all. 

Illinois' exhibit at this exposition should be a miniature 
of the state herself. It should show what we have done, 
what we now are, and what we have resources yet to accom- 
plish in all departments of laudable human activity. Through 
the medium of such an exhibit we shall become known to 
all the world, and better known to ourselves, and the in- 
fluence can but prove salutary and lasting upon our industries, 
our commerce and the intellectual and moral development of 
our people. 

I have noted with mingled pride and satisfaction, the meas- 
ures which have been wisely adopted to bring into the joint 
management of this exposition a large and representative body 
of American women, who are expected to give special attention 
to whatever appertains to the part and work of their own sex 
in the activities and civilization of the world. There is in this 
a peculiar propriety. If America enjoys one distinction more 
creditable to her than any of the other numerous points of her de- 
parture from old world ideas, that distinction is found in the 
universal respect here paid to the character of women, and the 
liberal share here accorded them in shaping the thought, the 
morals and the institutions of our republic. It is only neces- 
sary to add that every such broadening of woman's activity 
has been thrice justified by results. 

To the needs of the woman's department of the exposition, 
which is in w r ise hands, I invite your attention not less earn- 
estly than to the rest; and, without advocating specific meas- 



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ures or particular appropriations for any purpose, the avail- 
able facts not being sufficient to enable me to do so intelli- 
gently at this time, 1 advise you to hear fully such committees 
as may be entrusted by the different boards of management, to 
present before you matters of detail out of which you will be 
able to evolve suitable legislation to secure the great object in 
view. 

I venture, however, specifically to suggest that no more com- 
petent and appropriate agency could be found to be entrusted 
with the work of preparing an exhibit of our state than the 
state Board of Agriculture. This body is non-partisan and is 
highly representative, being composed of one member from each 
congressional district of the state, chosen by the agricultural 
boards of such districts. The work of preparing for this exhibit 
will be in line with the work this board has had to do in man- 
aging our state fairs and shows of stock, in which work the 
members have displayed marked ability and gained a valuable 
experience. The members of the board enjoy the largest meas- 
ure of public confidence, and the successful management of 
previous important enterprises amply insures that the interests 
of our state can not suffer in their hands, and that any funds 
placed at their disposal will be wisely and economically ex- 
pended. 

THE BALLOT. 

There seems to be a well-grounded belief prevailing among 
the people that votes are bought and sold at the polls, and 
that other frauds are committed against the ballot whereby 
the will of the majority is sometimes defeated. It is believed, 
also, that these crimes are frequently connived at by those 
claiming a large share of the public confidence, not unfre- 
quently by the beneficiaries of the wrongs committed. 

The consequences of ordinary crimes are necessarily confined 
to a few victims, while he who, by whatever means, commits a 
fraud upon the ballot, corrupts and poisons political power to 
its very sources and strikes a blow at the foundations of our 
free institutions. Severe penalties should be denounced against 
all such, and they should be brought to speedy punishment. 

TVith the unusual good feeling now existing throughout the 
state, patriotic men of all parties, will, I trust, unite in the 
passage of some law that will plnee a check upon fraud and 
insure fair elections. 

I have heretofore called attention to the fact that it is made 
by statute unlawful in this state for an elector to sell his vote, 
and that the statute denounces no penalty against the more 
guilty and dangerous party who plies the trade of corrupting 
voters with money. These latter are really more dangerous to 
society than the man who sells his single vote. The buyer of 
votes operates in a larger field ; he is the more active agent in 

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crime, and usually represents accomplices of wealth and influence. 
Justice and policy alike require that this law be changed, and, 
if it becomes necessary in order to secure convictions, that either 
should escape, let it be the more ignorant and less responsible 
offender who sells his vote. I suggest that the law be amended 
so as to make both parties equally punishable, giving to the 
prosecutor, when necessary to secure convictions, a discretionary 
power to say which offender shall be proceeded against, and 
making the one not prosecuted a competent witness. 

There was introduced into the 36th General Assembly, a bill 
embodying the essential features of what is known as the 
Australian system of voting. But the General Assembly hesi- 
tated, and finally refused to pass the measure because the law 
was a new one, I am persuaded, and had not been sufficiently 
tested in this country. Since that time, a number of states 
have passed laws slightly differing in most instances from each 
other, but all embodying the main features contained in the bill 
introduced in the 36th General Assembly. These laws, it is 
reported, have worked well in the states adopting them, and 
I therefore, recommend the passage of a similar law by the 
present General Assembly. Great care, however, should be 
taken to make the system of voting as plain and simple as 
possible, in order that the uneducated and more ignorant will 
find no difficulty in understanding it. It is believed that these 
measures, if adopted, will tend greatly to purify the ballot and 
secure fair elections. 

CONCLUSION. 

Having measurably complied with the requirements of the 
constitution, in conclusion I express the belief that your delib- 
erations will be guided by wisdom, moderation and patriotism, 
and that the benefits to result from your wise councils will 
raise our beloved commonwealth to a yet higher standard of 
industrial and moral excellence. Upon your labors I invoke 
the considerate judgment of your fellow citizens and the gra- 
cious favor of Almighty God. 

Joseph W. Fifer. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF /THE 



Secretary of State 



OF THE 



STATE OF ILLINOIS, 



FOR THE 



Fiscal Yeak8, Beginning October 1, 1888, and ending Sep- 
tember 30, 1890. 



SPRINGFIELD. ILL.: 
H. W. Rozxeb, State Pbiktbb and Bxndbb, 

1891. 



ANALYTICAL INDEX, 



ADVERTISEMENT : 

Contracts, State 9 

APPBOPBIATION: 

Binding 3,46 

Clerk hire 28 

Copying 86 

Distribution of State documents 86 

Express and postage 83 

General Assembly, incidental expenses 36th 26 

Heating department 3,68,81 

Incidental expenses, Secretary of State 103 

Index department 24 

Janitors and watchmen 25 

Librarian, assistant State, salary 86 

Library. State 90,116 

Office expenses, Secretary of State 18 

Paper and stationery 3,37 

Porters and messengers 24 

Printing 2.42 

State Houbb and Gbounds— 

Sundry repairs and improvements 13,14,15 

Care of and incidental expenses 103 

Dome repairs 116 

Dynamos, purchase of 126 

Grading grounds 122 

Gutters in grounds 117 

Hydrants and pipe 121 

Iron columns to support library floor 116 

Library carpets 116 

Lighting 87 

Painting and repairs of outside woodwork 123 

Roof repairs 116 

Stenographer and typewriter 86 

Terrace 118 

Trees 120 

Vaults, furnishing 15,128 

Walks, east front 119 

Walls, outside, repairing 116 

Vaults, for furnishing 16.128 



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BINDING: Paoe. 

Appropriations 3,46 

Contracts, expiring 1890 4, 6, 6 

44 1892 10 

Itemized account 46-67 

Recapitulation of account 7,8 

BONDS: 

Contractors, amount fixed 12 

CLERK HIRE: 

Appropriation for 28 

COAL: 

Contract price 12 

CONTRACTS, STATE: 

Accounts, contracts expiring 1890, consolidated 9 

Advertising for new 9 

Binding, expiring 1890 5 

,f 1892 10 

Bonds of contractors, amounts fixed 12 

Copying, expiring 1890 8 

" 1892 11 

Distribution of State documents 1890 8 

1892 11 

Fuel, expiring 1890 9 

" 1892 12 

Paper and stationery, expiring 1890 8 

1892 11 

Printing, expiring 1890 , 4,5 

1892 9 

Samples of paper and stationery 12 

COPYING: 

Appropriation for 86 

Contracts, expiring 1890 8 

1892 11 



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DISTRIBUTION OF STATE DOCUMENTS: 

Appropriation for 86 

Contracts, expiring 1890 8 

,- 1892 11 

DYNAMOS: 

Appropriation for purchase 126 

EXPRESS AND POSTAGE: 

Appropriation for 88 

Itemized account 88-65 

FUEL: 

Contracts, expiring 1890 9 

1892 12 



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FEES: 

Receipts l f j 

GENERAL ASSEMBLY: 

Appropriation for incidental expenses 86th 26 

Itemized account of •• •' •• K46 



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Pass 
HEATING DEPARTMENT: 

Appropriations 3,68,81 

Itemized account, ordinary expenses 68-80 

repairs 81-82 

INDEX DEPARTMENT AND DOCUMENT LIBRARY: 

Appropriation 24 

Remarks concerning 15,16.17 

JANITORS AND WATCHMEN: 

Appropriation 25 

LIBRARIAN, ASST. STATE: 

Appropriation lor salary 86 

LIBRARY: 

Appropriations 90,116 

Books, itemized account of purchases 90-102 

LIGHTING STATE HOUSE: 

Appropriation 87 

OFFICE EXPENSES: 

Appropriation 18 

Itemized account 18-22 

PAPER AND STATIONERY: 

Appropriations 8, 37 

Contracts, expiring 1890 8 

1892 11 

Invoices 12,18 

Itemized aoc ount 87-41 

PORTERS AND MES8ENGERS: 

Appropriation 24 

PRINTING: 

Account, statement of, contract 1890 6,7,9 

Appropriation 2, 42 

Contracts, expiring 1890 4, 5 

1892 9 

Recapitulation of account 6,7 

STATE HOUSE AND GROUNDS: 
Appbopbiations— 

For sundry repairs and improvements 18, 14, 15 

Care of, and inc. ex. Secy, of State 108 

Dome, repairs of ; 115 

Dynamos, purchase of 126 

Grading grounds 122 

Gutters in grounds 117 

Hydrants and pipe 121 

Iron columns for library floor 116 

Library, carpets for 116 

Lighting 87 

Painting and repairs to outside woodwork 123 

Root repairs 116 

Terrace 118 

Trees, for planting 120 

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Page. 
STATE HOUSE AND GROUNDS- Continued. 

Vaults, furnishing: 128 

Walks, east front 119 

Walls, outside, repairs 116 

Care of. appropriation for 108 

" itemized account 103-114 

Dome, appropriation for repairs 115 

Dynamos, appropriation for purchase 126 

Grading grounds, appropriation 122 

Gutters in grounds, appropriation 117 

Hydrants and pipe in grounds 121 

Lighting, appropriation 87 

itemized account 87-89 

Painting outside woodwork 12S 

Roof, repairs 116 

Terrace in grounds 118 

Trees, planting 120 

Vaults, furnishing 128 

Walks, east front, appropriation 119 

Walls, outside, repairs 116 

STENOGRAPHER AND TYPEWRITER: 

Appropriation for salary 86 

TREES: 

Appropriation for planting 121 

TERRACE: 

Appropriation for 118 

VAULTS: 

Appropriation for furnishing 16 

WALKS: 

Appropriation for, east front 119 



REPORT OF SECRETARY OF STATE, 



State op Illinois, Department of State, 

Office of Secretary of State, 

Springfield, III., October 1, 1890. 

To His Excellency, Joseph W. Fifer, Governor: 

In conformity with the law defining the duties of the Secretary 
of State, I have the honor to present herewith my first biennial 
report, as required by law, also a statement of all fees received 
by me and paid to the State Treasurer from January 15, 1889, 
the date on which I assumed the duties of my offlce, v to October 
1, 1§90, the close of the fiscal year, together with such other 
matters as are required of me by law. 

The fees received by this department for the period above 
stated and paid into the State treasury have been more than 
were ever received in the same length of time, amounting to 
$35,746.27, as follows: 



For corporations 

For notarial commissions 

For J. P. and P. M. commissions. 
For miscellaneous fees 

Total 



121,699 24 
5,199 87 
3.982 00 
4,915 16 



$35,746 27 



As the law requires that the Secretary of State shall make 
semi-annual reports to the Governor on the first days of April 
and October in each year, I herewith give a statement of my 
reports, as follows: 

From January 15, 1889, to April 1, 1889, two and one-half 
months, I received fees as follows: 



For corporations 

Notarial commissions 

J. P. and P. M. commissions. 
Miscellaneous fees 

Total 



92,846 45 

676 00 

14 00 

681 65 



94,118 10 



I paid the above amount to the State Treasurer, April 1, 1889. 
-1 S. S. 



For the six months ending September 30, 1889, I received 
fees as follows: 



From corporations 

From notarial commissions 
J. P. and P. M. commissions 
Miscellaneous fees 

Total 



$5,491 08 
1,526 00 
2,911 00 
1.347 19 



$11,275 27 



I paid the above amount to the State Treasurer, October 1, 
1889. 

For the six months ending March 31, 1890, I received fees as 
follows : 



From corporations 

Notarial commissions 

J. P. and P. M. commissions 
Miscellaneous fees 

Total 



96.709 90 

1.535 72 

502 00 

1.506 10 



$10.253 72 



I paid the above amount to the State Treasurer, April 1, 1890. 

For the six months ending September 30, 1890, I received 
fees as follows: 



From corporations 

Notarial commissions 

J. P. and P. M. commissions 
Miscellaneous fees 

Total 



$6,65181 

1.462 15 

505 00 

1.480 22 



$10,099 18 



I paid the above amount to the State Treasurer, September 
30, 1890. 

Total amount paid the State Treasurer, $35,746.27. 

I have also received the sum of six hundred and thirty dol- 
lars for rent on the dwelling house owned by the State, and have 
paid the same to the State Treasurer. 



PRINTING. 

The last General Assembly appropriated thirty thousand dol- 
lars to meet the expenses of two years' public printing, of which 
amount about $i 0,000 was paid for printing Agricultural and 
Fat Stock Show Reports of 1886 and 1887, Reports of the 
Board of Health of 1086, House and Senate Journals of 1887, 
and other work which should have been printed during the ad- 
ministration of my predecessor, but he was unable to have the 
work done for the reason that about fourteen thousand dollars 
of the amount appropriated by the Thirty-fifth General Assem- 
bly was in litigation between the Commissioners of State Con- 
tracts and the contractor for printing, which amount could not 



be used, and lapsed into the treasury on October 1, 1889. There 
remains on hand of the last appropriation the sum of $7,082.38, 
which amount will not be sufficient to meet the expenses for the 
public printing before the next regular appropriation becomes 
available. 

BINDING. 

There has been a great increase in the amount of binding 
done during the last two years, a considerable* portion of which 
increase was the binding of the House and Senate journals of 
the 35th General Assembly and the reports made thereto, the 
Agricultural Reports of 1886 and 1887, the Fa,t Stock Show 
Reports of same years, Report of the Board of Health of 1886, 
and other work which had not been bound. There remains on 
hand at this date the sum of $4,566.07, which will not be suffi- 
cient to pay for all the binding until July 1, 1891, when the 
regular biennial appropriation will become available. 

PRINTING PAPER AND STATIONERY. 

The itemized account in the succeeding pages shows the 
amount of paper and stationery bought, and for what purpose. 
The contract of 1888 was for 3,500 reams of printing paper, 
but considerably more than that was used on account of the 
jat amount of printing done. The usual appropriation of 
►15,000 per annum will be necessary to meet the expenses for 
t>his purpose. 

HEATING. 

The usual appropriation of $15,000 per annum was granted 
by the last General Assembly, of which there is now on hand the 
sum of $ 14,506.61, which sum, 1 think, will be sufficient to meet 
the expenses of the department until the next regular appropria- 
tion can be used. There are three elevators in the building and 
a high pressure of steam is required to be kept up through the 
whole year so that they can be used. During the session of the 
legislature, six engines are connected with the ventilation of the 
building*, which requires a high pressure to be maintained at the 
boiler-house in order to run the engines. During the last year 
an electric light plant has been put in, requiring a high pressure 
of steam to be maintained all the year 'round. 



COST OF PRfNTING, ETC., UNDER STATE CONTRACTS 
WHICH EXPIRED SEPTEMBER 30, 1890. 



Printing, six classes; binding, paper and stationery, four 
classes; fuel; copying of laws, journals, etc., and distributing 
laws and journals, etc. 

PRINTING. 

First Class. — The work required to be done in this class is the 
printing (in bill form) of bills, resolutions and other documents. 

The contractor for this work was Phillips Bros. The cost of 
the work under this contract was $ 4,699. 08, for which a settle- 
ment in full has been made. 

Second Class. — The printing (in book or pamphlet form) of 
reports, communications, and other documents, and of the vol- 
umes of reports. 

The contractor for this class of work was The Springfield 
Printing Company, on which contract there has been work done 
to the amount of $21,889.51. There has been paid on this con- 
tract the sum of $18,956.44, leaving a balance of about $2,- 
933.57 due, for which no final settlement has yet been made. 

Third Class.— Printing of the journals of the Senate and House 
of Representatives. 

The contractor for this class of work was Phillips Bros., who 
assigned their contract to The Springfield Printing Company. 

The cost of the work performed under this contract was $6,- 
143.56, for which a full settlement has been made. 

Fourth Class. — Printing of the volumes of the laws, with the 
joint resolutions, which shall be in said volume. 

The contractor for this class was Geo. E. Bardeen, who 
assigned his contract to H. W. Rokker. 

The cost of the work done in this class is estimated at 
$688.54. 



Fifth Class. — Printing, stitching, ruling, lining, indexing, and 
binding of election registers. 

The contractor for this class of work was The Springfield 
Printing Company. 

The cost of the work under this contract was $420. 

Sixth Class. — All printing not included in first, second, third, 
fourth and fifth classes. 

The contractor for this class of work was Geo. E. Bardeen, 
who assigned his contract to H. W. Rokker. 

The cost of work in this class was $10,080.15, for which set- 
tlement in full has been made. 

Recapitulation. 



Phillips Bros., class 1 

ftorinfcfleld Printing Co., classes 2, 8 and 5 

H. W. Bokker, assignee, classes 4 and 6 

Total cost of printing for two years ending Sept 90,1890 (partly estimated) 



K 699 08 
38,468 07 
10,768 89 



$43,920 84 



BINDING. 

The contractor for the State binding was H. W. Rokker. 

The cost of work done under this contract will be about $ 28,- 
500. This is only an estimate, as the work has not yet been 
completed. The contractor has been paid, up to date, $27,- 
362.87. 

Miscellaneous. 

The work of this class consists of ruling blanks, ruling and 
binding blank books, and padding blanks, etc. 

The contractor for this class of work was Enoch Paine. 

The work in this class will amount to $ 3,596.19, but has not 
yet been completed. There has been paid to date the sum of 
$3,541.15. 

Recapitulation . 



Binding, estimated 
Miscellaneous 



Total cost of all binding for two years ending Sept 30,1890 (partly estimated). 



928.500 00 
3.596 19 



•32,09619 



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AMOUNTS PAID FOR PRINTING. 

UNDER CONTRACT OF 1888. 

Governor— 

Messages 829 15 

Proclamations, blanks, etc 122 32 

Secretary of State— 

Report of 1888 $259 92 

Election registers 42i» 00 

Blanks, etc 1,126 77 

Auditor— 

Report of 1888 $602 88 

Report of Insurance 3,260 29 

8' ate Board of Equalization 662 22 

Blanks, etc 1,580 72 

Treasurer— 

Report 1888 $62 82 

Blanks, etc 41 66 

Attorney General— 

Report 1888 $71 03 

Briefs, abstracts, etc 821 40 

Superintendent of Public Instruction— 

Report 1888 $819 60 

Blanks, certificates, etc 1,257 69 

Adjutant General- 
Report 1888 $340 44 

Blanks, general orders, etc 423 52 

Board of Public Gliarities— 

Report 1888 $893 06 

Blanks, etc 78 76 

It. R. and Warehouse Commissioners— 

Report 1888 $1,824 42 

Report 1889 827 78 

Blanks, decisions, etc 661 41 

Bureau of Labor Statistics— 

Report 1888 $914 10 

Blanks, etc 492 64 

Live Stock Commissioners— 

Report 1887 $186 57 

" 1888 *. 53 46 

" 1889 41 37 

Special report 1889 56 55 

Blanks, etc 42 46 

Board of Agriculture— 

Report 1886 $1,015 68 

r * 1887 881 65 

1888 1,277 92 

" 1889 : 803 14 

Fat Stock Show— 

Report 1886 768 42 

r * 1887 791 62 

" 1888 588 50 

1889 427 66 



$151 17 



1,806 69 



6,105 61 



104 48 



892 48 



2,077 29 



768 96 



466 82 



2.318 61 



1,406 74 



379 40 



6,504 59 



Printer Expert— 

Blanks, etc 12 40 



State Geologist— 

Report 1888 189 82 

r ' 8th Vol. Geological Survey 2,578 62 

Blanks 18 75 

$2,682 19 

State Board of Health— 

Beport 1888-4th Annual 8470 06 

T ' 1889— 10th Annual 698 98 

1889-Quarterly 50 02 

Blanks, etc 9 50 

1,223 66 

State Board of Pharmacy— 

Beport 1880 131 28 

Trustees Lincoln Home— 

Blanks, etc 9 20 

Hospital for the Blind, report, 1888 69 95 

Southern Hospital for Insane, repot, 1888 104 30 

Eastern T * " " 172 38 

Central " " •• 102 40 

Northern " " ** 166 23 

Soldiers* Orphans' Home, " 93 08 

University of Illinois. " 455 00 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb," 132 65 

Southern Penitentiary, •• 163 10 

Northern Penitentiary, " 2i«7 17 

Fish Commission t, •• 162 56 

Canal Commissioners, " 66 10 

" 1889 6345 

Dental Examiners, " 1888 60 90 

" 1889 6135 

Eye and Ear Infirmary. " 80 59 

gommlssloners on Swamp Lands, " 88 18 

eform School, " 98 61 

Institute for Feeble-Minded, •• 77 58 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, " 166 50 

86th General Assembly, House and Senate journals 3,213 34 

36th " " " *' *' 2,69738 

Spec al session. House and Senate journals 262 01 

36th General Assembly, bills and resolutions $4,656 54 

Special session, bills and resolutions 42 54 

— — — — — — 4 699 08 

36th General Assembly, blanks and synopsis, etc 8* 425 24 

Total 943,920 84 

AMOUNTS PAID FOR BINDING. 

UNDER CONTRACT OF 1888. 

Governor $176 80 

Secretary of State 966 20 

Auditor 2,625 89 

Treasurer 289 17 

Attorney General 156 50 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 3,710 31 

Adjutant General 830 24 

Board Public Charities 524 29 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners 2,035 74 

Bureau of Labor 8 tati sties 968 74 

Live Stock Commissioners 251 26 

Board of Health 935 35 

Board of Agriculture 9,626 98 

State Geologist 24 90 

State Boardof Equalization 987 98 

Gtnal Commissioners '. 58 80 

Printer Expert 90 90 

Board Dental Examiners 49 00 

State Library 2 00 

State Museum 80 

Institution for the Blind 32 20 

Northern Insane Hospital 114 20 

Southern " " 5180 

Eastern " " 114 20 

Central " " 49 00 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 49 00 

Southern Penitentiary 93 40 

Northern *' 130 80 

8tate Reform School 49 00 



8 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 9K 80 

Eye and Ear Infirmary „ • 42 40 

Institution for Feeble- Minded 39 20 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 62 80 

Swamp Lands Commissioners 82 20 

University of Illinois 647 60 

Trustees Lincoln Home 5 60 

Fish Commissioner h 179 05 

85th General Assembly 480 00 

36th General Assembly 4,542 92 

Total 830,9oToi 

PAPER AND STATIONERY. 

Class 1— Book and Cover Paper. 

Contractor, W. H. Parsons & Co. 

This contract, amounting to the sum of $16,828.03, has been 
settled in full. 

Class 2.— Paper for Blanks and Blank Books. 

Contractor Ed. T. Gillette. 

There has been paid on this contract $4,218,67 in full settle- 
ment. 

Class 3.— Stationery, etc. 

Contractor, John Morris Co. 

This contract, amounting to $4,194.84, has been settled in 
full. 

Class 4. — Official Envelopes and Letter Heads, Steel En- 
graved. 

Contractor, Aug. Gast & Co. 

This contract, amounting to $3,190.80, has been settled in 
full. 

Recapitulation . 



Class 1, W. H. Parsons & Co. 

Class 2, Ed. T. Gillette 

Class 3, John Morris Co 

Class 4, Aug. Gast, & Co 



Total 



916,828 OS 
4.218 67 
4.194 84 
3,190 90 



$28,432 34 



DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC, 

Contractor, A. H. Magee, at the rate of $185 per year and 
$25 additional allowed by the State Board of Contractors for 
extra work, amounting to $395 for the two years ending Sep- 
tember 30, 1890, for which a settlement in full has been made. 

COPYING, LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 

Contractor, Thomas M. Brown. 

The work performed under this contract was $474.76, for which 
a settlement in full has been made. 



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FUEL. 

Contractor, The Springfield Junction Coal Company. Five 
thousand nine hundred thirty-two and one-half tons of 
bituminous coal were furnished under this contract at $1.35 per 
ton, amounting to $ 8,008.98, for which a settlement in full has 
been made. There is on hand at this date, twenty tons of coal. 

General Recapitulation. 



Printing 

Binding 

Miscellaneous 

Paper and stationery 

Distributing laws, journals, etc. 
Copying laws, journals, etc 

Total 



$43,990 84 

28.500 00 

8,596 19 

28,432 84 

895 00 

47*76 

8.008 98 



$113,828 11 



The work done and the materials furnished by each contrac- 
tor has been satisfactory. 



NEW STATE CONTRACTS. 



Pursuant to law and in accordance with the advertisement 
for Proposals for State Contracts, "published in a daily paper in 
each of the cities of Springfield, Chicago, Peoria, Quincy and 
Cairo," the Commissioners of State Contracts did on Tuesday, 
September 2, 1890, in the presence of the Governor, proceed to 
open the bids which had been received and filed for tne various 
State contracts, and to make awards therefor as follows: 

PRINTING. 

TheTe were seven bids received and filed by the following: 
Springfield Printing Company, Phillips Bros.* Thos. Rees, H. 
W. Rokker, S. B. Moody, Wm. M. Bloomer and Enoch Paine. 

AW f ARDS. 

First Class— Awarded to Phillips Brothers. 

Plain, 20 cents; press work per hundred impressions, 10 cents; 
binding bills, 1 cents. 

Second f7as#— Awarded to H. W. Rokker. 

For rule and figure work, 50 cents; plain, 19 cents; press work 
per hundred impressions, 8 cents. 

Third Class— Awarded to Wm. M. Bloomer. 

For stitching, ruling, lining, indexing and binding election 
registers, 3 cents each. 



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Fourth Class— Awarded to H. W. Rokker. 

For rule aud figure, 18 cents; plain, 18 cents; ruling. 10 cents; 
padding 2 cents; press work per hundred impressions, 8 cents. 

BINDING. 

There were seven bids received for doing the state binding, 
which were filed by the following named persons: 

Phillips Bros., Workman Bros. & Co., Springfield Printing 
Company, Enoch Paine, Thos. Rees, H. W. Rokker. J. M. W. 
Jones. 

The contract for the state binding was awarded to H. W, 
Rokker, he being the lowest bidder at the following prices: 

Firsfc class, per volume (irrespective of the number of pages 
therein) one cent. 

Second class, per volume, (irrespective of the number of pages 
therein) 10 cents. 

Third class, per volume, (irrespective of the number of pages 
therein) 10 cents. 

Fourth class, per 100 pages, aggregate count, 2 cents. 

Fifth class, plain blank books, extra Russia bands, $6; plain 
Russia bands, $5; three-quarter binding, $3; half binding, $2. 

Blank books, printing headings and binding, extra Russia 
bands, $9; plain Russia bands, $8; three-quarters binding, $5; 
half binding, $4. 

Blank books, full pages, printing and binding, extra Russia 
bands, $12; plain Russia bands, $10; three-quarters binding, 
$8; half binding, $4; for paging blank books any size or style, 
each 50 cents. 

For putting side title on blank books, any size or style of 
books, each 50 cents. 

For indexing or alphabeting blanks books, any size or style, 
50 cents each. 

For binding books for State Library, per volume, library 
style, 75 cents; half roan, 75 cents; half Morocco, $1; full Morocco, 
$1.50; half calf, $1.50; full calf, $2. 

For binding in full law sheep, per volume, 75 cents. 

For binding Geological, per volume, 45 cents. 

For binding Natural History Reports and similar work, per 
volume, 35 cents. 

For binding House and Senate bills, English cloth, per volume, 
50 cents. 

For binding the original journals of the House and Senate, 
half binding, per volume, $2. 

For folio binding, newspaper size, per volume, $2. 

For cutting out pages, per hundred, 10 cents. 

For tipping in pages, plates, maps, etc., per hundred, 10 cents. 



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PAPER AND STATIONERY— FOUR CLASSES. 

Class 1 — Book and cover paper. 

For the furnishing of this paper, six bids were received from 
the following named persons: Calumet Paper Co., William A. 
Fowler, Geo, E. Bardeen, J. M. W. Jones, John P. Price, and 
Bradner, Smith & Co. 

This contract was awarded to John P. Price, at $2.35 per 
ream for 50 pound book paper, and $1.70 per ream for cover 
paper, he being the lowest bidder. 

Class 2— Paper for blanks, blank books, etc. 

For furnishing the paper called for in this class, eight bids 
were received from the following: Calumet Paper Co., William 
A. Fowler, J. M. W. Jones, John P. Price, F. B. Woodruff, 
Bradner, Smith & Co., John Morris Co., and Graham Paper Co. 

The contract for this class was awarded to the Calumet 
Paper Co. 

Class 5— Paper and stationery. 

For furnishing the articles called for in this class, bids were 
received from JT M. W. Junes and John Morris Co. 

The contract for this class was awarded to J. M. W. Jones, 
he being the lowest bidder in the aggregate. 

Class 4 — Official letter paper, envelopes and blanks. 

For furnishing letter paper and envelopes called for in this 
class, bids were received from J. M. W. Jones, John Morris Co., 
Shober & Carqueville Lithograph Co., and Aug. Gast & Co. 

The contract for this class was awarded to J. M. W. Jones, 
he being the lowest bidder in the aggregate. 

COPYING LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 

For copying laws, journals, etc., bids were received from 
Thomas W. Brown, ueo. S. Clendennin, A. C. Hayden, N. M. 
Day, and A. H. Magie. 

The contract was awarded to N. M. Day, at the rate of two 
cents per hundred words for House and Senate journals, and 
one cent per hundred words for laws, resolutions, etc. 

DISTRIBUTION OF LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 

For preparing for distribution of laws, journals, etc., bids were 
received from James Curtis, Thomas M. Brown, A. H. Magie, 
and C. M. Partlow. 

This contract was awarded to Thomas M. Brown, he being 
the lowest bidder, at the rate of $ 149 per annum. 



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FUEL. 



Bids for furnishing bituminous coal for fuel were received from 
the Springfield Coal Mining and Tile Co., Springfield Junction 
Coal Co., and the Springfield Coal Association. 

This contract was awarded to the Springfield Coal Associa- 
tion, at $1.15 per ton, it being the lowest bid. 

As has been the custom heretofore, as soon as the advertise- 
ment was published calling for 4< Proposals for State Contracts," 
samples were procured, as the law directs, of each kind of paper 
and each article of stationery required, for the inspection of 
bidders. The samples of each kind of paper were properly 
labeled, and each article of stationery also labeled to correspond 
with the list published, in order that bidders should have all the 
facilities and information necessary in making their bids, and to 
secure exact justice between the State and the successful bidders. 
In accepting or rejecting goods offered for delivery, on contract, 
the samples are on file in this office, and goods furnished on 
contract must conform thereto. 



AMOUNT OF BONDS EEQUIRED. 

The Governor and Board of Commissioners of State Contracts 
fixed the amount of the .bonds to be furnished by the several 
contractors, at the following sums: 



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Printing, first class $10, 000 

second class 10, 000 

third cla-s 5,000 

fourth c las9 10, 000 

Binding 10,000 

Paper and stationery, each class 10, 000 

Copying laws, journals, etc 2,000 

Distribution of laws, etc 2,000 

Fuel 10,000 

Contracts and bonds are all on file in this office, except the 
contract and bond of John P. Price, to whom was awarded the 
contract for furnishing book and cover paper, "Class one," 
which has not been filed nor approved by the Board up to 
this date. The record of the proceedings of the Board of 
Commissioners of State Contracts is on file in this office. 



STATIONERY AND FLAT CAP PAPER. 

Amount on hand January 15, 1889 98,734 74 

Amount received under contract to date 8,834 57 

Total 312,569 31 

There was issued to the Legislature and the various depart- 
ments, stationery and fiat cap paper as follows: 

Thirty-sixth General Assembly $1,947 30 

Auditor 1,419 23 

Attorney General 136 08 

Adjutant- General 617 60 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 156 68 

Board of Heath : 198 15- 

Board of Agriculture 660 14 



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Board of Charities $178 13 

Governor 984 87 

Printer Expert , 2198 

Bauroad and Warehouse Commissioners 491 28 

Secretary of State 1,866 41 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 667 80 

State Geologist 62 22 

Treasurer 411 04 

Live Stock. Commission 81 78 

Historical library 6 76 

Election Begisters 877 01 

Engraving commissions and blanks. Secretary of State 481 08 

Total 810,449 99 

Balance on hand October 1.1890 2,119 82 

Total 812,669 81 

PRINTING AND COVER PAPER. 

The following is a statement of the amount of paper received 
and issued: 

SIXTY POUND BOOK PAPER. 



Amount turned over by my predecessor January 16, 1889 521 reams 

Amount received from contractor to October 1, 1890 4,6927m 



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Total Mis'/to 

Amount issued to contractor for State printing \ . .4.976 reams, 8 quires, 2 sheets 

Amount on hand October 1.1890 236 " 444 " 

* 

THIRTY-FIVE POUND COVER PAPER. 

Amount turned over by my predecessor January 15, 1889 42 reams 

Amount received from contractor to October 1, 1890 113 " 475 sheets 



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Total 1561 reams, 475 sheets 

Amount Issued for State work 138 

Balance on hand October 1,1890 17 " 475 

GEOLOGICAL PAPER. 



Amount on hand January 15,1889 335 reams 244 sheets 

Amount received 284 " 456 



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Total 620 reams 220 sheets 



Amount issued for State work 616 rms. 2 qu. 8 sheets 

Amount issued to State officers lream 20 



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Total 620 rms. 3 qr. 4 sheets 

Balance on hand October 1, 1890 144 " 

The appropriations made by the last General Assembly for 
repairs and improvements upon the State House and grounds, 
are as follows: 

The sum of $ 1,200 was appropriated for the purpose of put- 
ting in eight iron columns to support the floor of the Public 
Library, but I found that the amount was not sufficient to do 
the work in a good and substantial manner. 

As the weight of the iron columns was about 33,600 pounds, 
it was necessary to build heavy stone foundations in tne sub- 
basement in order to secure a good and permanent foundation. 

I let the contract to Messrs. A. L. Ide & Son, for the sum of 
$1,725, the additional cost of $525 I am permitted to pTay out 
of the appropriation for painting, or any other item for repairs 



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and improvement upon the State House in which there is an 
excess, as authorized by the act making this and other appro- 
priations for the repairs and improvements upon the State 
Jdouse. As the work was of such importance, I employed Messrs. 
l*ullard & Bullard, architects, to draw plans and superintend 
the work which will be of the most substantial character when 
completed. 

The appropriation of $ 150 for 150 yards of carpet for library 
rooms, was all expended. 

The last General Assembly appropriated the sum of $1,342.20 
for the purpose of putting in gutters inside the coping of State 
House grounds. I let the contract to E. L. Martin, of Decatur, 
for putting in gutters and for grading and sodding terrace to 
same, for which I paid him the sum of $1,076.60. The gutter- 
ing is of manufactured stone made with the best Portland 
cement. I was obliged to put in three large and three small 
catch basins to hold the water running from the gutters and to 
carry it off to the city sewer, with which two connections were 
made with 18 inch sewer pipe, the cost of these basins, new 
curbing, iron work, extra labor, etc., amounted to $250.53, 
leaving a balance on hand of $15.07. 

Of the appropriation of $100 for terrace on south side grounds 
there is a balance of $10 remaining. 

The last General Assembly appropriated $6,600 for putting 
down stone walk from east front capitol building to Second 
street. I received a number of bids for this contract, which I 
let to the Culver Marble and Stone Company, for the amount 
of the appropriation, it being the best bidder. The walks are 
each 20 feet in width, with terrace 30x72 feet, all of good stone 
6 inches in thickness, with steps thereto, also steps 72 feet wide 
at Second street entrance, with a cross walk of ten feet in width 
inside. All the walks are laid on a thick bed of cinders and 
sand in a good and substantial manner. 

There was appropriated by the last General Assembly the sum 
of $387,60 for the purpose of building a stone walk from the 
west front of the State House to Spring street. I have let the 
contract for the walk to be 10 feet in width, stone to be 6 
inches in thickness, and the work is now being done and will 
be completed in a short time. 

Of the appropriation of $400 for trees, I have expended 
$143.04, leaving a balance of $256.96 unexpended. 

There was appropriated by the last General Assembly the sum 
of $600 for hydrants, etc. I put in eight hydrants, or street 
washers, and 1,510 feet of pipe, purchased 200 feet of hose, 
couplings, hose carts, etc., for the sum of $516.15, leaving a 
balance of $83.85 of said appropriation. 



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The appropriation of $ 375, for hauling dirt and grading 
grounds was all expended. Nearly all of it was used on the 
east side of the grounds in hauling out broken stone, brick, 
cinders, etc., and replacing it with soil, and sodding same. 

The last General Assembly appropriated the sum of $4,000, for 

Fainting and repairing the outside wood-work of the State House, 
received several estimates of the cost of this work, and the 
lowest being much more than I thought the work could be done 
for, I purchased the best materials, engaged an experienced man 
as superintendent, and employed painters to do the work, put 
on two good coats of paint, reputtied glass in windows, oiled 
and varnished all outside doors, built scaffolding and ladders, 

(mrchased brushes and all materials, for the sum of $1,108.78, 
eaving a balance of $2,891.22 of said appropriation. 

The last General Assembly appropriated $4,000 for the pur- 
pose of purchasing dynamos and other machinery and appli- 
ances for lighting the State House. 

I let the contract for putting in two 25-light dynamos, one 
50-horse power engine and other appliances, for the sum of 
$3,178: for putting in concrete floor in dynamo room, wains- 
eotting, purchase of carbons and other materials, there has 
been expended the sum of $363.84, leaving a balance of $458.16 
on hand. 

APPROPRIATION FOR VAULTS, ETC. 

There remained on hand at last report of my predecessor, the 
sum of $925.87 for flitting up vaults, etc., and the last General 
Assembly appropriated the sum of $1,250 additional for the 
purpose of finishing the fitting up of the vaults of this office 
with fire proof iron boxes, book racks, etc., which work was let 
to the Fenton Metallic Manufacturing Company, who put in 995 
file boxes, 30 cupboards and 27 corner shelves, all of iron, in a 
very good and satisfactory manner, for the sum of $1,972.25. 
I paid out $12 in addition to the above for the purpose of 
carpeting the vault floor, leaving a balance on hand of 
$191.62. 



THE INDEX DEPARTMENT AND DOCUMENT LIBRARY. 

In his final report my predecessor, in speaking of this depart- 
ment, used the following language: 

"I am not disposed to exaggerate the value and importance of the index 
department, and, as I shall soon retire from this office after an eight years' 
incumbency, I cannot be charged with any selfish motive in speaking of 
its usefulness. The Secretary of State is the legal custodian of the more 
important archives of the State Government. He is under heavy bonds 
for the safe keeping of the files and records in his charge. 

"In the nature of things the Secretary of State cannot give his personal 
attention to the safety and security of the files and records of his office, 
the value of which cannot be measured in money. The whole time and 



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attention of his chief clerk is taken up with other duties. He must then 
rest his responsibility and quiet his concern as to the absolute safety of 
these papers somewhere. He must feel assured that they are not exposed 
to mutilation, defacement, loss or destruction at any time. The fact is, 
and it connot well be otherwise, that while the Secretary of State is the 
legal, the index department is the actual custodian of the original papers, 
records and documents of his office, and by the consolidation of the State 
document library with it, it also becomes custodian of the printed documents 
as well. Nor does the responsibility end with their safe keeping and pre- 
servation. 

"The papers in this office are continually being referred to and con- 
stantly added to. They require constant watching and careful handling 
to prevent misplacement and confusion. They must be placed in the 
special charge of some one whose particular business it is to see that they 
are carefully handled and returned to their proper place among the files. 

"The index department was created and exists, among other things, for 
this purpose. The department is now performing its office in an excellent 
manner. No better use can be made of public money, to the amount rea- 
sonably necessary, than in properly caring for and preserving the archives 
of the State department." 

After an experience of two years in office I can give the above 
my hearty endorsement. What the counting house is to the 
mercantile, manufacturing or commercial establishment the index 
department is to the executive department of the State govern- 
ernment. It is not only a valuable adjunct but a necessary fac- 
tor in the transaction of the public business, and in the con- 
servation of the political history of the State it is indispensa- 
ble. There is notning ornamental about it. 

Appropriations were made in 1887 and again in 1889, for 
furnishing the two fire-proof vaults connected with this office. 
These appropriations, that of 1889 under my direction, have been 
expended for the purpose intended and both vaults are now fur- 
nished with metallic cases and chests equal to the best in use. 
Much of the time of the clerks in the index department, when 
not employed in the current work of the office, has been em- 
ployed in rearranging the files and record books necessary in 
making a change from the old to the new furniture, and that 
work is still in progress. The correspondence in the Governor's 
office from 186y to 1889, made during the administrations of 
Governors Palmer, Beveridge, Cullom, Hamilton and Oglesby, 
have been chronologically arranged and filed away. A portion 
only of the legislative files, similarly arranged, have been com- 
pleted and filed, and the same is true of those files in the Sec- 
retarj* of State's office, which are kept in what is known as the 
" lower vault." In order to relieve the overcrowded condition 
of the vaults, a large mass of less important papers were re- 
moved from the vaults and safely, and reasonably convenient 
of access, filed away in one of the basement rooms which was 
specially fitted up for that purpose by using the old furniture 
which had been in the vaults. Thus relieved, I estimate that 
the vaults will furnish space for the files and records for the 
next fifty years*. 

I can assure the General Assembly that the appropriation 
made two years ago for the work in the index department, has 
been applied in a manner that will benefit the public service for 



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all time. An appropriation should be made for the care and 
cataloguing of the State document library. This library may 
well be the pride of the State. 

A few only of the printed documents of the State are missing 
from the shelves of the library, and it is not only possible but 
probable that these will yet be recovered and the sets com- 
pleted. A complete catalogue of the books should be made and 
it is to be hoped that the Legislature will provide the necessary 
means for this purpose. 

Please find hereto appended, and made part of this report, 
itemized statements of appropriations disbursed under my 
direction, and for which I am officially responsible. 

Respectfully submitted, 

I. N. Pearson, 

1 Secretary of State. 



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OFFICE EXPENSES. 



Jan. 15, 1890— B i lance on hand $509 64 

Appropriations for two years ending July 1, 1891 6, 000 00 



Amount expei 
Oct. 1, 1890- Ai 


ided from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept 30, 1890 


96,509 54 
1.862 88 


nount unexpended 


84.646 71 






Date. 


Items. 


Amount 



1889. 

January 25 

January 25 

Fobruary 4 

February 6 

February 27 

March 1 



March 


2 


March 


2 


March 


2 


March 


5 


March 


16 


March 


16 



March 



April 



22 



U. S. Express Co.— 

Expressago from Oct. 1, 1888, to Dec. 31, 1888 



H. W. Clendenln— 

Postage stamps furnished Secretary of State 

American Express Co.— 

For expressage during January, 1889 



Western Union Telegraph Co.— 

For telegraphing during January, 1889 



H. Schlange— 

For subscription to Staats Woohenblatt from Nov. 21, 1-88, to 
Nov. 21. 1889 



J. L. Pickering— 

For subscription to Capital Idea 1 year, from Feb. 12, 1889, to 
Feb. 12,1890 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage during February, 1889 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during February, 1889. 



C. H. Freeman— 

For freight paid on books, drayage, etc. 

Western Union Telegraph Co.— 

For telegraphing during February, 1889. 



D. Wilcox & Sons- 
Sub, to Daily Whig, Quinoy, from Jan. 1, 1889, to Jan. 1, 1890 



J. TL Paddock— 
or freight i 
and Secretary's office 



For freight and drayage paid on books, etc., for State Library 

" offi< 



Amberg File and Index Co.— 
% dozen T. cabinet indexes. 
7 /u dozen 333 cases 



$2 40 
2 45 



American Express Co.— 

Expressage for month of March, 1889. 



$15 40 
100 00 

6 30 

7 40 

2 00 

200 

IS 15 

t 

2 40 
4 32 
495 

8 00 

1 65 

4 85 
335 



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1889. 



April 



April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 



July 



Office Expenses— Continued, 




3 
16 



27 
2 
4 



May 


4 


May 


15 


May 


27 


Jane 


12 
* 


Jane 


18 


June 


29 


July 


2 



Pennington Bros.— 

Time*, daily from Jan. 1, 1889. to date 

Tribune, daily, from Jan. 1, 1889, to date 

In r or Ocean, daily, from Jan. 1, 1889, to date 

13 copies Sunday Times, at 5 cents 

IS " " Inter Ocean, at 5 cents 

13 " " Tribune, at 6 cents 



fl 50 

1 80 

180 

66 

65 

65 



Western Union Telegraph Co.— 

For telegraphing during March, 1889. 



St Louis Tribune Co.— 

For sub. Weekly Tribune from March 15. 1889 to March 15,1890. .. 

H. W. Clendenin— 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary of State 



W. L. Saekett— 

April 11—1 Reid copyholder, 12.00; express, 25c. 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of April, 1889 



Postal Telegraph Cable Co.— 

1888. Deo. 11— St. Louis 

1889, Jan. 22— Washington.. 



90 25 
50 



Western Union Teleg r aph Co.— 

For telegraphing during April, 1889. 



U. 8. Express Co.— 

Expressage from March 4 to May 15, 1889. 



H. W. Clendenin— 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary of State's office. 

C. H. Hanson— 

For 1 State seal, steel die 



12 



July 


12 


July 


17 


July 


17 


July 


18 


July 


24 


August 


2 



Illinois State Journal- 
Sub. 2 copies Daily Illinois State Journal, from Jan. 1, 1889, to 
Jan. 1.1890 

Illinois State Register- 
Sub, to Illinois State Register, from Dec. 31, 1888, to Dec. 31, 1889. 



Pennington Bros.— 

July 1, 1889. Tribune, daily from April 1st to date. 
Inter- Ocean, 
Times, 
13 Sunday Inter-Oceans. 

13 ,- Tribunes 

13 •• Times 



« < 
« < 
• « 

« • 



* t 



1 1 



$1 80 

1 80 

1 50 

65 

65 

65 



Globe Printing Co.— 

For Daily Globe Democrat, including Sunday, from July 6, 1889, 
to July 6. 1890 

H. W. Clendenin— 

For postage stamps furni hed Secretary of State's office 



A. D. Dudley— 

For repairing safe lock in Secretary of State's office 

W. L. Sackett- 

July 13, 100 sheets of No. 1 semi-carbon 14.50; express 25c 



Central Union Telephone Co.— 

To 6 months rental of instruments and telephone exchange 
service, from July 1, to Dec. 31. 1889, inclusive. Secretary of 
State 



W. Smith- 
Articles furnished and used cleaning carpets. Secretary of 
State's office 



M.H. Williams- 
2) For clerical service in Secretary of State's office to date. 



•7 05 
275 

200 

100 00 

225 

365 

75 
110 

705 

100 00 

65100 

16 00 
7 80 



705 

12 00 

100 00 

200 

4 75 

24 00 

1 50 
100 00 



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20 



Office Expenses— Continued. 




1889. 
August 

September 

September 

September 

September 

September 

October 



2 
2 
12 
24 
21 
27 
1 



October 
October 
November 

December 
D >cember 
December 

December 

1890 
January 

January 

January 



11 
19 
18 

2 

9 
18 

24 
2 
2 
2 



January 

January 
January 



8 
14 



Western Union Telegraph Co.— 

For telegraphing during July, 1889. 



W. L. Sackett— 

To 1 Black Record typewriter ribbon.. 



Frank Simmons— 

June 19, 1889, 1 doz. rubber penholders. 



Amberg File and Index Co.— 

Fo - & doz. T. cabinet indexes, 333 transfer c ises, at 97.80. 

Illinois Freie Presse— 

To sub. from July 1, 1889, to July 1. 1890, Springfield, 111.. . 



The State CaDit&l 

To subscription State Capital, from Sept 18,1889, to Sept 18,1890 



Pennington Bros— 

Chicago Tribune from July 1, 1889 to date. 
•• Inter-Ocean 
" Times 

13 Sunday Times 

Inter-Oceans ' 

Tribunes , 



I 4 



SI 80 

1 80 

1 50 

66 

65 

65 



H. W. Clendenin— 
For postage stamps. 



W. L. Sackett— 

For 1 Becord type-writer ribbon 



Illinois Staats Zeitung Co.— 

For Daily Illinois Staats Zeitung from February 22,1889, to Feb- 
ruary 22, 1890 



W. L. Sackett— 

November 29, To 1 doz. ribbons for typewriter use 

H. W. Clendenin, P. M.— 

For postage stamps 



Trades and Mining Gazette- 
Subscription to Trades and Mining Gazette, 1 year ending Dec. 
1,1890 

C. C. Morse— 

For washing 17 doz. towels during month of Dec, 1889, at 75c. . . 

Jacob Wheeler— 

For 3,200 pounds ice furnished during Dec.. 1889, at 60c 



Frank Simmons— 

1 doz. calendar pads 



Pennington Bros.— 

Inter- Ocean, from Oct. 1,1889, to Jan. 1,1890. 

Tribune, 

Times ' ' 

13 Sunday Tribunes 

Inter- Oceans. 

Times 






« • 



« « 



SI 80 

1 80 

1 50 

65 

65 

65 



H. W. Gash— 

For freight and d ravage, telegraph and telephone bills paid 



or ireignt ana a ravage, teiej 
from July 3,1889, to Jan. 8,1890. 



January 18 



G, E.Detwller— 

Subscription to "Knights of Labor," from Oct.. 1888. to Oct., 1889 

Central Union Telephone Co.— 

To rental of instrument and telephone exchange service, from 
Jan. 1, to June 80, 1890, inclusive, under lease No. 77 

T. W. S. Kidd- 

For subscription to Daily Monitor, from Jan. 1,1889, to Jan. 1,1890 



90 75 
1 00 
200 
390 
200 
1 50 



7 05 
100 00 

1 00 

10 00 

900 

100 00 

1 00 
12 75 
19 56 

3 00 



7 05 
983 
1 50 

24 00 
5 00 



21 



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Office Expenses— Continued, 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1890 
January 31 



January 81 



February 


1 


February 


8 


March 


8 


March 


8 


March 


7 



March 

March 
April 



April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 
June 
June 



11 

28 
1 



9 

n 

23 
27 
29 

81 
2 

23 



J. M. W. Jones Co.— 

January 7, New die and years in wheel of dates 12 60 

•• 14, " u •* ,f 7 60 



C. C. Morse— 

For washing 20}* doz. towels during month of Jan. 1890, at 76c 
per doz 



Jacob Wheeler— M .,_.„. 

For 2,970 pounds ice furnished during Jan., 1890, at 60c 

H. W. Clendenin— , M „ 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary of State 



German American Publishing Co.— 

Subscription to Daily Freie Presse, Chicago. I1L, from Aug. 1, 
1889, to Aug. 1,1890 



Western Union Telegraph Co.— 

For telegraphing during month of Feb., 1890 

Chicago Evening Journal— 

For subscription to Evening Journal, from Aug. 7,1889, to Aug. 
7,1890 



The Citizen Publishing Co.— 

For subscription to the Citizen (Finerty), from March 13. 1889, to 
March 18, 1890 



H. W. Clendenin— 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary af State. 

Pennington Bros.— 

Chli5ago Times, fiom Jan. 1, to date. 
•' Tribune. 

Inter-Ocean, " 

18 Sunday Times 

Tribunes 

Inter-Oceans .. 



< < 



• « 

• * 



8150 

1 80 

1 80 

65 

65 

65 



E. T. Sees, Treasurer National Railway Publishing Co.— 

For 1 years subscription to Official Railway Guide, from April 1, 
1890, to March 81, 1891 

James C. Conkling— 

For 3, 000 postal cards 



Gurney Printing Co.— 

For subscription Daily News, from March 25, 1890, to March 25, 1891 

E. J. Colborn— 

For 8 awnings (Secretary of State) 88 



Jas. C. Conkling— 

For postage stamps, Secretary of State 

Dally State Journal- 
Subscription to Dally State Journal, 2 copies from Jan. 1,1890, to 
Jan. 1,1891 



C. C. Morse— 

For washing 19ft doz. towels, at 75c 

H. Schlange— 

Subscription to Staats Wochenblatt from Nov. 21,1889, to Nov. 
21,1890 

Dlinois Staats Zeitung Co.— _ , 
For subscription to Daily Illinois Staats Zeitung from Feb. 20, 
1890, to Feb. 20,1891 



80 



Illinois State Register— _ A _ 

Subscription to Illinois State Register from Dec. 29,1889, to Deo. 
29,1890 

C f Tktorflfi— 

Washing 22 doz. towels, at 76c per doz 



810 00 


15 88 


17 88 


100 00 


800 


115 



6 00 

200 
100 00 



705 
500 

80 00 
5 00 

64 00 
100 00 

13 40 

14 62 

2 00 

800 

5 65 
16 60 



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22 



Office Expenses— Concluded 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



July 



1890. 



July 

July 

July 

August 

August 

August 

July 

August 

September 

September 



2 
2 

25 

2 

21 



14 

29 

1 

25 



Pennington Bros.— 

Tribune, daily from Apr. 1 to date 

Times. 

Inter-Ocean, " 

IS Sunday Tribunes 

18 Sunday Time- 

IS Sunday Inter- Oceans... 



« 4 



Frank Simmons- 
Apr. 28, ft Or. thumb tacks. 



Western Union Telegraph Co— 

For telegraphing during month of June, 1890. 



J. C-Conkling— 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary of State 

Western Union Telegraph Co— 

For telegraphing during month of July. 1890 



Central Union Telephone Co- 
July 25, Use of toll line, Eretzinger. 

29! •• ** Bray !! 



< < 

4 ( 



W. L. Sackett— 

Aug. 4, ft doz. bottles of oil for typewriter. 

2 typewriter erasers 

Express 



$1 50 

1 50 

1 80 

65 

65 

C5 



90 50 
25 
25 



$1 85 
50 
35 



Central Union Telephone Co— 

To 6 months rent of instrument from July to Dec. 31, 1890, Sec- 
retary of State's office 



J. R. Stewart- 
Daily Globe-Democrat Aug. 10,1890, to Aug. 10,1891. 

C. C. Morse— 

For washing and ironing 23 doz. towels in August. . 



J. C. Conkling— 

For postage stamps furnished Secretary of State. 



86 75 
1 00 

225 

100 00 

1 15 



1 00 

2 70 
21 00 
11 00 
17 25 

100 00 



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APPROPRIATION FOR CLERK HIRE. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand 94,854 86 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 21,000 00 

Total 125,854 86 

Amount paid from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept 90, 1890 17, 035 60 

Oct 1. 1890— Amount on hand 88,819 26 

Amount paid from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept. 30, 1890, as fol- 
lows: 



J. H. Paddock 8888 38 

B.M.8mith 856 85 

J.N. Hyde 647 85 

8. P. Mooney 2,91102 

Hez. Williams 2,911 02 

ILW.Gash. 2,710 22 

W.H. Jenkins 2.000 00 

JB.H. Wright 1,84167 

P. H. Donnelly 1,750 00 

P.P. Patton 424 16 

H.B. Pearson 150 00 

Total 



817,085 60 



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INDEXING. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand SI. 387 OS 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 6,000 00 

Total 97,887 06 

Amount expended from Jan. 15. 1889, to Sept 80, 1890 5, 187 08 

Oot 1, 1890— Amount unexpended 98,260 00 



Amount paid to J. M.Adair 13,911 02 

•' R. W.Babbitt 1,175 22 

*• D.P.Patton 1,060 84 



Total 



85.137 08 



APPROPRIATION FOR PORTERS AND MESSENGERS. 



Jan. 15. 1889— Balance on >and 5647 80 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 2,800 00 

Total 83.447 80 

Amount paid from Jan. 15, 1889, o Sept 30. 1890 2,313 14 

Oot. 1, 1890— Amount on hand 81,134 16 



Amount paid to Sanford Withrow 81.198 65 

HenryAbels 206 98 

H. R. Pearson 729 18 

C.C.Morse 178 33 

Total 



82.313 14 



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LABORERS, JANITORS AND WATCHMEN. 



January 15, 18©— Balance on hand 

Appropriation for two yoars ending July 1, 1891 

Total 

Amount expended from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept. 90, 1890 

October 1, 1890— Appropriation unexpended 



12,744 09 
12,000 00 



114,744 00 
9,999 78 



$4.744 22 



Amounts paid from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept. SO, 1890, as follows: 



Geo. L. Herrick.... 

A. D. Keller 

B. Butt 

A. McMillan 

P. Ferron M 

Y. H. Adams 

Samuel Wilson 

W. B. Cowan 

David Jenkins 

H. Farmalee 

W. H. Bonnam 

J. D. Stacy 

0. O. Morse 

Total- 



1932 00 

1,232 00 

1,232 00 

1,232 00 

1,232 00 

1,062 00 

338 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

328 00 

21 78 



99,999 78 



\. 



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26 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES 36TH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



Appropriation February 1, 1889 $10,000 00 

Se 



Amount expended to September 30, 1890. 



8.318 39 



October 1, 1890, amount unexpended $1,681 CI 




1889. 
February 



February 
February 



February 
February 



February 
February 



2 



2 



J. A. Parr— 

Washing 77 yards canvas for Senate floor 



I 



9 doz. towels for Senate, 



Jacob Wheeler— 

7.380 pounds of ice for month of January, as per bill 
rendered 



W. C. Kibele— 

14 days services repairing tanks. 

14 " help •* 

105 n>s. sheet lead 

18 n> s. solder 



Wm. H. Duokstein— 

Decorations and services for inaugural ceremonies 



«« 



W. L. Saokett— 

Jan. 4, oil can and oil 

' ' 5, typewriter in exchange for old one 

" 5. 250 carbon sheets. No. 1 semi 

15, 6 Indelible official ribbons 

15 1 hektograph 

4 rms. royal paragon paper, at $3. 75. 

3 rms. No. 1& wove manifold 

2 rms. Hungarian tissue 

100 sheets No. I semi-carbon 

express on same 



0. M. Partlow— 

Making 7 doz. towels. 



J. H. Barkley & Co- 
House and Senate, Speaker of House room- 



Jan. 11, 7 doz. 14 at- pails, 99.60 doz 

" 18, 1 lounge, 825; 1 patent rocker, $18 

" 18. 1 rocker 

Feb. 1, repr., recovering and [upholstering single 

lounge, crush plush 

" 1, do, lounge (Terry) 

" small chair (plush) 

" 1, " Turkish chair, plush 

• ' reclining lounge 

' * spring arm rocker (Terry) 

covering iron arms on office chair, plush.. 



Jan. 7, to 6 perforated seats, at 25c 

7, " 1 box brass head nails 

14, " rent of 200 chairs, 50o doz 

15, " 2 broken chairs when ret'd, $1.25. 

16, " 3 chimneys 

24, " 1 cherry office chair 

29, " 1 plumber forcing out water pipe. 



$3 85 
900 



Or. 

17. by 2)6 doz. pails ret'd $9.60. 



$98 00 

10 60 
450 



$0 50 

35 00 

11 25 

900 

1 00 

14 00 

525 

225 

450 

1 50 



$67 20 

43 00 

900 

10 50 
900 

11 75 
24 00 
18 00 



50 
75 



$1 50 
1 50 
8 40 
1 25 

60 
8 50 

90 



$22135 
24 00 



$12 85 
44 28 



113 00 
15 00 



84 25 
7 00 



198 70 



197 35 



27 



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Incidental Expenses — Continued 




1889. 
February 

February 

February 

February 

February 

February 
February 



February 

February 

Febt uary 
February 



February 

February 



8 



9 



12 



14 



14 



16 



16 



19 



19 



20 



February 20 



Magnolia Soap Co.— 
To 100 cakes soap, 5c. 



T. L. Conner— 

To 10 doz. 16 inch feather dusters, at $10. 



W. H. Hendricks— 

Washing 6 doz. towels for House of Representatives, 75c. 

Baker & Baker— 

266 ft. lumber, at 2&c 



C. M. Partlow— 

Washing 17 doz. towels for Secretary of State'b office and heat- 



ing department, during Jan. 



eretary < 
, '89. 75c. 



W. J. Barnes- 
Washing 104 yds. canvass for the House, at 5c. 



J. F. Tenney— 

Jan, 12, 1 No. 2 standard self inker, with fac simile sig- 
nature (I. N.Pearson) 

" 12, 1 No. 1 standard self inker, same name 

12,1 No. 9 ribbon dater (filed) 

" 12, 3 new elected dies for old date-* 

' ' 12, Cutting 4 new years on old year wheels of 3 

dates. 

" 12, Expressage 

29, 1 small stamp 

8, 1 standard self inker 

8, Expressage 



85 00 
2 50 



7 
3 



Feb. 
• < 



00 
75 

00 
50 
15 
50 
25 



Callahan & Co.— 

Feb. 6, 34 vols. Starr & Curtis statutes at 92.00. , 
7, 29 vols, Starr & Curtis statutes at 82.00. 

Chicago Legal News Co.— 

67 revised statutes 1887 at 32.25 

Expressage 



$68 00 
58 00 



8150 75 
1 75 



G. F. Foster. Son & Co.— 
1 90-foot American flag. 



Geo. 8. Connelly & Co.— 

Jan. 5, 5 gal. oil (heating dept. ) at 18c. 
16, 5 doz. hotel brooms 85.25. 



Jan. 



16 sponges 85c. 

3 doz. whisk brooms 82.25 

1 ease matches 

50 pounds castile soap at 30c 

12 doz. soap 81.50, 1 doz. T. M. blacking at 81.10 
1 doz. shoe brushes 83.50 1 doz. daubers 81.60.. 
10 cases pear line 85.25 



80 90 

26 25 

13 60 

6 75 

5 50 

15 00 

19 10 

5 10 

52 60 



W. Clendenin— 
For postage stamps. 



Ben Eirlin— 

For loading and hauling Nauvoo relics from court house 
to State House 

John Bressmer— 
1888. 

Dec. 7,Wirecord 80 50 

1889 

Jan. 14, Laying carpet 83.00, sewing same 81 . 25 4 

" 14, 100 yards laying 85. 00 5 

11, 15 doz. towels at 82,75 

" ll,250yardsora-hl6% 

11,40 yards flannel 35o 

11 , 26 yards cheese cloth 5o 

" 11 ,4 doz soap 

11,2 doz. combs 88.50 7 

11. 1 doz. combs 4 

" U.1H doz. brushes (hair) 812.00 16 00 



25 
00 
41 25 
41 67 
14 00 
1 30 
12 00 
00 
25 



85 00 

100 00 

450 

6 65 

■ 

12 75 
5 20 



24 65 

126 00 

152 50 
24 50' 



144 70 
100 00 

800 



Incidental Expenses — Continued. 



John Breegmer— Continued. 



Jan, 14, »/n doe. brushes lhair) K.W 

" ""it doz. brushes (hair) 

y. yards oor tain a (for elevator) . . 



" ll."/i«di 
Feb. 9. 1UW 7' 
" iB,5n?ta 



February 36 

O 
February 36 



Not. 35, Repairing wash bastn,plnmber and help 3 hr*s 

B5, 3 brass clomps 100 

35. 1 marble basin 



, Plumber i hre.. 5we , 

Repairing basin cook, E. wing Hov 
. Plumber 2 hrs., 50c 



Repairing basin and urinal wat 
7, 4 plumbers, each 9 hre . :,«(■ 
3 pounds red lead put) >-. 10c.. . 

1 1)4 pound bra 

3)i(ee- — ■--- = 



1 S-ft. length molial; (;' :.k i> Hon*.- 
7, r ' •' 8ev. H-«' ■ j!*)'' 1 

J, Repairing urinal (wat<r closet I. 
1, 1 G- ft. length mohair ga ■■ tubing 

"~i doe. chimneys 



February 37 



General Assembly... 



s canvas 5 times for Senate 




March 
Mttruli 



O. M. Partlow— 

Washing 17 dosen towels for office and boiler house d 
month of February, 1889, at 76c 



Incidental Expenses — Continued 



Date. 


Itoms. 


Amount 


M^Jf 9 - 


1 

12 
12 

19 

20 
23 

27 


.ioji th and machinist work od pipe arms 


K 00 
76 
75 

1 SO 

1 no 

IB 

l oo 

JO 60 

1 50 

50 

2 ■£, 
000 

3 00 
30 00 
18 00 

JO 75 
•> 15 

a to 

I ST, 
-2 70 
SOO 

M SO 
■ ■ :. 

;; 

6 .'. 

I -. 

u 
i '. 
■■ ::, 
... ,. 

60 


i :.- 

70 






























]■ i ■..! ; jvlnu ".»;. ;l:^r plnco for lonk.. 










Maroh 


B. H. Ferguson— 
1888. 


(12 60 




























Frank Slmmono- 


97 85 




Enseal. tabl.--.Jlu-. ■«. Aland and pad.Jl.10 

Feb. 5. Bottle no '■ .;...-'-'.■' --r .-a- -:« . 1. tl ■>' 




March 
March 


W. J. ISames— 

For washlag 455 yds. canvas for House 961b Gen. Ass., at 5 

ff. L. aaekett- 


12 35 
22 75 






















l.i. 100 fihent fjo. 1 «m. .-»rli:>ii »:ut »ipr>>H5 .... 






6,5reaniBpaper"Onjnn Skl:i m-dluin., 




■arch 


7, 1 hot: to rnlmooKi-ti]'.-. v,ir;iiih. i.i- l .-iiitein. 25c 
8, 100 sheets No. 1 semi wbon and uitpresA 

W. H. Hendricks— 

For washing doz. towels In month ot February. 1889 


72 50 




H. W. Clendenln— 




March 


Baker & Baker- 
Fab, ao, 1889, 1 bbl S. Y plantar 


j-j je 
■- :• 

1 ■■: 

2 B0 
JT-j 57 

S IX 
»N '. 
11 ^1 

Ji :■• 

1 60 
1.-89 






"97, E9 po. *...» oak. 

" 5 i>e. '.,-12 oak returned ... TC 

March 20. 12 pa. ■ »-i »ld.-walk -M .•■■-• H - 

Baw doAt " " 

J. C. Klaholt- 


92 71 








March 


3f. 


Henrv Abels— 

Clerical services In Bc-cnrtary of State's "Irloe from Jan 


300 
150 00 



Incidental Expenses — Continued. 



lvas tor House at Be., 



i lor Senate floor t 



I. H. Hendricks— 
Washing 13 iIoe. towels far H 
April 1. 1889. at75e 

C. M. Partlow- 
Wasbing 21 dc 
house, etc., i 



IB 10 
i, 36(h General Assembly 



t. back rockers 


12 00 

2 00 

250 
30 00 

r, w 

22 50 

3 7f 
18 91 

35 

i r; 

1 5G 

1 00 

2 (lit 

sr 
i a 


«j on! waste 






yro...matK... 

atSl 50 

;; at 18 

atSSe.. 

;; atioo.. 




room at 50c... 







J. B. Brown— 

Mch. 21. 1889. 2 j-rosB No. 526 M. ball point pern, SI 50.. S3 

'■ 21. •' 2 gro-s No. 506 F. ,r " ISO.. 3 

" 23. " 2 gro*s No. 621 " ■' 100.. 30 

" 2S. " Subscription to Postal Guide for 1889... 20 

For 9.660 IBs. lee furnished during month of March. 18K9, atBOo. 



5, Gast Bank Note and riiLs-unir-h r . 
.l^pomiuisiiiun-!, J. P \ ■■■■■■ ., 



Aug, Gast Bunk Note and Lithograph C'u 



lod March. 1 
dll1ho..7T6. 



■>le head- 



1 ream letterheads... 

K ream nolo heads 

U. B. linen paper tor fame 
1,500 envelopes. No ii.SI.2il. 



31 



D 



Incidental Expenses— Continued, 




April 



1889. 



April 



April 



April 

April 
April 



April 
May 
May 
May 

May 
May 

May 
May 

May 



9 



12 



19 



19 



26 



29 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— Continued. 
Lieutenant Governor— Continued. 

Feb. 26 and March 1. 134 ream? letter heads, 35.39 $8 10 

March 21, bond paper for same 10 80 

lfc M envelopes, No. 6 10 8u 

" lfc reams note heads 2 45 

" bond pape i for same; 190 

• - 600 No. 9 envelopes 4 10 

" inserting words "Senate Chamber" on 1H 

reams letter heads 6 75 

March 21, % ream note heads 2 75 



$47 65 
Springfield Water Works— 

For water supply, month of January, 1889 165 72 

February. 1889 22197 

March. 1889. 260 68 



i * 



< < 
«« 



O. Hanratty— 

March 8, for 1 length mohair tubing (Judicial Com. 

room) 

March 8, for 6 ft. 3$ -in. gal v. iron pipe. 1 First floor 

11, for 1 %-in ein ( Supreme 

fori }$-in. tee f Court water 

8 hours plumber J closet. 

repair slop sink cock. 1st floor public water 
closet,! hour plumber. 






Freight elevator— 



igl 
ft. 



40 ft. H-in. heavy mohair tubing, 40c. 



$150 
48 
10 
10 

1 50 

50 
16 00 



Cr. by 5 inches brass pipe from Supreme Court water 
cloeet 



$20 18 
50 



Geo. 8. Connelly- 
March 14. 5 gal. oil 

1 doz. T. M. blacking. 



$0 90 
1 10 



J. W. Barrett- 
Postage due on election returns. 



W. H. Duckstein— 

February 26, for flowers furnished on the death of J. J. 
Teefey— 

1 floral pillow 

1 Gates Ajar 

1 cross and crown 

April 26, 1 siokle and wheat for E. M. Haines' desk 

W. J. Barnes— 

For washing 216 yards canvas, at 5c 



$8 00 
12 00 

6 00 

7 00 



W. H. Hendricks— 

Washing 10 doz. towels, month of April, 1889, for House, at 75c.. 

Jacob Wheeler— 

10.660 lbs ice furnished In April, 1889, at 60c 



'C. M. Partlow- 

For washing 17 doz. towels. Secretary State's office and boiler 
house, during month of April, 1889, at 75c per doz 

American Express Co.— 

Transportation for month of April, 1889 



11 



11 



15 



Mrs. Jas. A. Parr- 
Washing 23H doz. towels, for Senate, at 75c. 
Washing canvas, Senate, to JJiay 9. 1889 

John. Morris Co.— 

1,000 No. 4 B. H. McGilTs paper fasteners 



$17 50 
7 70 



W, L. Sackett— 

3 reams Dalton Mills Wove " special paper " $15 75 

Express on same 50 



Geo. 8. Connelly- 
April 22, 1 box Ivory soap. 



$96 28 



64187 



19 68 

200 
18 64 



83 00 
10 80 



750 


63 96 


12 75 


16 35 


25 20 


339 


16 25 


750 



D 



32 



Incidental Expenses— Continued. 



Data. 



Items. 



Amount 



1389. 



May 
May- 
May 



May 



May 



May- 



May 



May- 
June 
June 



15 



16 



16 



May 


18 


May- 


20 


May 


25 



27 



28 



28 



29 



29 



1 



Henry Abels- 
Salary as olert in office of Secretary of State to May 16, 
1889 

W. L. Saokett— 

100 sheets carbon paper No. 1, semi 

1 tpye write r eraser 

Express 



$4 50 
85 
25 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lith. Co— 

950 letter heads (Lieut, Gov.) 

360 sheets folio. 2on> U. S. linen (Lieut Gov.). 



$5 12 
5 30 



W. J. Barnes— 

Washing 216 yards canvas House floor to date at 5o. 

Chas. D. Patch— 

Engrossing Lincoln Joint Resolution 



H. W. Clendenin— 

To rental of 4 large lock drawers from Jan. 10 to May 
81, 1889, for use of 86th General Assembly 



Mrs. J. M. Brewer- 
January 19, Repairing House and Senate flags. 
22, 



92 00 



February 5, 


• < 


« • 


5, 


• ■ 


• < 


14, 


4 < 


March 


8. 


i < 


• i 


15, 


« I 


• f 


19. 


4 1 


April 


6, 


• • 


< < 


15. 


• 1 


i < 


20, 


• 1 


t • 


22. 


1 « 


« « 


27. 


4 4 


May 


13. 


t < 


• • 


18, 


i < 



dome flag 

House and Senate flags. 



1 
3 
3 
2 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 
1 
1 
3 
3 
3 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
50 
50 



W. 



H. Hendricks— 

For washing Y&h% doz. towels, House, at 75c 

1 " " Senate, at 75c 

' ' 249 yards canvas at 5 * in full to date. 



99 32 

75 
12 45 



Wm. H. Duckstein— 

House memorial services. Hon. £. M. Halnos and others 

For use of organ and drayage 

1 sickle with sheaf of wheat 

1 cross 

Smilax 

Hydrangia for decoration 

1 " broken 

J. E. Hemmiok— 

March 5. 1 doz. whisk brooms 

15. 1 case matches 

April 22, 1 gross out mop heads 

May 10, 1 case matches 



85 00 

00 



5 
2 
2 
1 



00 
00 
00 
00 



SI 50 
3 00 

24 00 
3 00 



1 



CM. Partlow- 

For washing 15 doz. towels, office and boiler house, 
at 75c 

Jacob Wheeler— 

For 10,470 lbs. ice furnished during month of May, 1889. 
at 60c 

John C. Lamb — 

March 1,1 pc. for chair drilled and fl' ted 

7, Straightening and riveting screw for chair ., 

' ' 11, Turning and riveting two chair screws 

• ' 23, Making steel springs for chair 

' ' 27, Making wrought handle for lawn mower 

April 5, Turning chair screws and riveting in 

9, Turning chair screws and rivet ng in 

• ' 20, Turning and riveting screw for chair 



92 00 



1 

1 

i 

* 

1 
1 
1 



001 

ool 

00. 

00 

50 

25 

75 



$100 00 



5 10 

10 52 
10 80 

5 00 
12 45 



31 00 



22 52 



22 00 



31 50 
11 25 

62 82 



33 



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Incidental Expenses — Continued. 




June 



June 



8 



June 



June 
June 
June 
June 

June 



John C. Lamb— Continued. 

April 27, Maki ng wrought patch for chair 

29. 1 cast center for chair, drilled and fitted 

May 2, Repairing horse lawn mower 

Sundry items, as per bill on file 



W.C.Kibele- 

April 9, 4 4-inch tees at $3.26 

4 3 inch tees at $2.40 

3 4-inch ells at $2.50 

3 3-inch ells at $1.60 

4 4- inch flange unions, $3.50 

6 4-inch nipples, $1.60 

2 4-inoh bushings, $2 



30 per cent off. 



Repairing gas fixtures in library— 
May 4, 4 1)6 -inch gas cocks, $2.75. 
3 %-inch gas cocks, $1.50.. 



20 per cent off. 



30 hours plumber at 50c. . . 

30 hours helper at 15c 

10 feet IK- inch pipe at 10c 
10 fittings at 15c 



American Express Co— 

For expressage during month of May, 1889 

Western Union Telegraph Co — 

For telegraphing during May, 1889 



$0 75 
2 50 
2 50 

53 60 



$12 80 
9 60 
750 
4 80 
14 00 
9 60 
4 00 



$62 30 
18 69 


$11 00 
450 


$15 50 
3 10 



$15 00 
4 50 
1 00 
1 50 



W. and J. H. Ruckel— 

Hauling 1 load books from postoffice (government documents).. 

Amanda Parr — 

For washing 10Ni doz. towels for Senate at 76c 



Enoch Paine— 
Thirty-sixth General Assembly — 
Order No. 174, 2,000 letter heads, ruling 

174. 40 pads 

176. 500 letter heads 

176,10 pads 

179, 240 letter heads, door-keeper 

179.5 pads 

179, 960 note heads, sanitary affairs 

' ' 179. 20 pads, sanitary affairs 

179, 240 letter heads, sanitary affairs. . . . 

179, 5 pads 

' ' 179. 960 note head-, roads and bridges. . 
' ' 179, 20 pads, roads and bridges 

179, 240 letter heads, roads and bridges. 

179, 5 pads, roads and bridges 

* ' 180, 960 note heads, com. on elections. . . 

' ' 180, 20 pads, com. on elections 

' ' 180, 240 letter heads, com. on elections. . 

' ' 180, 5 pads 

' ' 180, 960 note heads, public buildings 

180,20 pads 

180, 240 letter heads 

180.5 pads 

' ' 184, 500 letter heads, revenue com 

184, 10 pads 

187, 1,500 letter heads, joint com. on rev. 

187.30 pads 

189, 300 letter heads, speaker 

190.6 pads 



$8 

1 

2 



00 
60 
00 
40 
96 
20 
84 
80 
96 
20 
84 
80 
96 
20 
84 
80 
96 
20 
81 
80 

m 

20 
2 00 

40 
6 0(i 
1 20 
1 20 

241 



3 



$68 85 



43 61 



12 40 



22 00 
825 
2 40 
1 50 
788 



—3 S. S. 



D 



34 



Incidental Expenses— Continued. 




June 



1889. 



June 



June 



June 



June 



June 



8 



11 



June 


6 


June 


8 


June 


10 


June 


10 


June 


IS 



14 



19 



Enoch Paine— Continued. 

Order No. 190, 250 letter heads, com on W. H. 

190.5 pads 

195. 300 roll calls 

195. 6 pads 



$100 

20 

1 80 

24 



Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during Hay, 1889- 

Legislative floor 

Main floor 

Basement floor 

Tunnel and boiler house 



$42 60 
93 40 

109 95 
52 80 



Springfield Electric Light Co— 

For 90 lights in month of May— 28 nights. 
" 3 ^* •• " -3 nights.. 

Hugh Sullivan- 
Tor 8 days' service as watchman 



$336 00 
360 



Allin Marrin- 

Fo. 11 days' service as messenger. 

H. Parmalee— 

For 13 days' service as watchman. . 



Fayette Adams— 

For 13 clays' service as watchman. 

W. G. Hill- 

For 15 days' service as wa f chman. 



August LeRoy— 
1889. 

January 4, 1 pneumatic air bell 

repairing electric bell 

1 battery, 50c; wire, insulated copper, 50c.. 

7 desk and drawer keys 

9, repaired S page badges. 75c; 1 key, 50c 

15, rep. bell, boiler house, $1.50; 2 batteries, $2. . 
wire, insulated copper, $1.50 : push button 25c 

repai ing 2 locks, Nos. 108 and 111 

7 senate page badges 

16, 4 house page badges 

1 speaker badge 

19, work on elevator locks, $5 

6 sol. ammos 

22, repairing call-bell, 25c; 4 police stars, $6... 

23, 7 keys: 4 s. 18 and 3 s. 16 

24, 1 desk key, 6 W. W., and stamped others.. 
29, 9 keys, 4-1 E. W. and 5-6 E. W 

5 2 ' ' 20 H 
12', 1 " 22, $iV i' electric beli,'fe"..' '.'.'.'.'/.'.'. '.'.'.'. 

6 H> zinc 

1 key. No. 21 H 



Feb. 



March 

May 

June 



16. 
17, 
12. 



17, making screw 

IE 



repairing water cooler. 



Adams Express Co— 

For expressage during May, 1889. 



James L. Hudson— 
1888. 
December 13, 10^ pounds lxH iron 

1 gross V.r, in. No. 12 screws. 
17, 2 Mn. bronze bolts 

2 n> galvanized wire 

& doz. No 4 screw hooks... 



1881). 

January 10. wire nails and brads 

17, 6 yards No. 1 safety chain 

21, 2 doz. bronze padlocks 

6 pairs hose couplings 

29, 1 pair 5-in. Ex. Hy. T. Hges 

1 gross 1^-in. No. 12 screws 

1 " lM-in. No. 14 " 

1 run lock mint knob 

31, % doz. No. 60 96 drawer locks 

February 1, 1 scale 

4, Vi doz. Tuscan bronze sash pulls. 



110 00 



50 
00 
75 
25 
50 
75 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
60 
6 25 
3 50, 
351 
50 ; 
00 
00 
60 
50 
25 
35 



$0 32 

53 

1 20 

10 

25 



40 
90 
00, 
20i 
20 
58 
73 
55; 
50 
00. 
20' 



$50 64 



358 65 

399 60 
16 00 

22 00 

26 00 

26 00 

30 00 



60 65 
2 15 



85 

Incidental Expenses— Continued. 



Date. 


.„„. 


Amount. 


1889. 
June 


19 

at 
so 

6 
13 


James L. Hudson— Cmii inn ed. 


10 75 

1 :« 
.,' 
In 
l ( 
i ■/ 
j :i 
3 U 
1 ii 
M 

: ■'>. 

06 

I i 

i > 

800 
















































2J, 4 yards 38- In, wlro clolb., 






January 10, * S in. trrenanee, »i to: t is in. wrenohua, 
18- 

19. i owl lanterns, tS; lamp sticking. 10a. . . 




jone 


W. J. Barnes— 

For washing. 330 yds. of carpet rover initio per yd 

L N. Pearson. Beo. State- 

P.„ .-nil for <n .to-, oniilng Jur..> 80. 1W— 


H6fST 


June 


tti. I'. 
■--. * 
I.. -. 
v. .. 
... '. 

■-;. K 

C '■ 
■.. ■- 

'.'. ■: 
B6B9 

■■'. ■'. 
66 X 
85 91 

rem 

65* 

Of: ■'- 

Gnnora 






















































































































July 


CM. Partlow— 

Washing 18W dos:. towols (or House and Senate 36th 


U8S4S 


July 


Springfield Water Works— 

For water furnished for State Capitol April, 18a', 


fJTK r,s 
A3 K 

»2B 

2.} 

■z, 

11, etc.. 










July 


Central Union Telephone Co— 

For use of toll linos and messnncer service as follows: 
May ■£., to Jacksonville 


406 43 














July 


31 
H 


H. Chap In— 

For anrvlcea in Secretary of state's office, eomparlng b 


1 00 


July 


August Clans-- 

Jan. IS, To repairing calendar clock for Hoii-'aofBepresentatlves 




September 


E. H. Styles- 




i3» 



D 



36 



Incidental Expenses— Concluded. 




1889. 

Ootober 



November 16 



1890. 
February 



May 



August 



13 



W. H. Duokstein— 

For two photographs furnished of House and Senate, 96th Gen- 
eral Assembly and frames 



H. W. Rokker— 

Jan. 10, To 250 inaugural tickets, members. blue; 600 in- 
augural tickets, floor, red; 600 inaugural tickets, gal- 
ery, white $5 60 

Jan. 19, To 1 cap inde x 50 



Apr. 23, To bind memorial Hon. Luther Dearborn full 



Mor. 



flex 



300 



F. N. Burt- 

For foundation, moving and putting in place pump for elevators 
' capitol building 

Henity R. Worthington— 

Mar. 29,1 1834x10^x10 reg. pat pump. No. 38638, set on 

foundation and connected up $1,015 00 

Feb. 13, Cr. bill of F. N. Burt, for foundation, moving and 

putting in pump 69 25 



July 


30 


August 


1 


August 


4 


August 


6 


July 


25 



18 



C. 0. Morse— 

For washing and ironing 24 doz. towels at 75c. 



Wm. Watson— 

For 9 days' service as janitor special session 36th Gen. Assem.. 

Jacob Wheeler— 

For 6,880 n> ice furnished during July, at 75c for 100 



McGrue & Powell— 

For walnut and turning and polishing 6 gavels. 

John Bressmer— 

80 yards crash at 10c 

2 doz. towels at S2 



98 00 
4 00 



Weems Laundry- 
Washing 125 yards canvas. 



$12 00 



900 
69 25 



945 75 
18 00 

18 00 

44 10 

325 

12 00 
1 25 



37 



D 



PRINTING PAPER AND STATIONERY. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand 91 1 . 259 22 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1,1891 26,000 00 

Total 337,259 22 

Amount expended from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept 30, 1890 21 , Oil 02 

Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unex pended 316, 248 20 




1889. 
February 2 



February 6 

February 21 

February 25 

February 26 

March 6 

Maroh 19 

March 27 

April 8 

April 12 

April 18 

April 19 

April 25 

April S 



Jno. Morris Co.— 

10,000 McGill's staple fasteners, B. H. No. 2 

Jno. Morris Co.— 

4 gross pens (Est No. 209), 54c 



Western Bank Note and Engraving Co.— 
For Auditor— 

Feb. 2— 1,000 warrants salary for judges 812 00 

■■ 20-5,000 warrants "To State Treasurer," printing 

s:eel,819 00 96 00 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

4277«o reams 25x38—60 lb book paper, 98.86 



W. H. Parsons & Ce- 
lls* 7 *^ ream? 20x25—85 lb tea cover paper, $2.20 



Jno. Morris Co.— ♦ 

Feb. 27—100 10x12— 1,000- page copying books, full sheet. 



Jno. Morris Co.— 

8K doz. Rogers' knife erasers No. 18, 149, cocoa and black, at84.25 



60 reams 25x38—60 



1 S. and S. C. tint 



J. M. W. Jones *- tationery and Printing Co.— 
lb No. ■ 

W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

126 bundles 878 reams 25x88—60 lb book, at $3.36. 

Jno. Morris Co.— 

6 gross W. &M. pens, 54c 

Postage 



88 24 

27 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

471 reams 25x88—60 lb book, at 83.36. 

Jno. Morris Co.— 

1 Hill's blotter bath tub, 11x13 



The Burr Index Co.— 

For 1 Burr's index. No. 2 



Aug. Oast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
Attorney General— 

2,000 No. 6 envelopes, at 97.20 

2.200 letter heads, in pods, at 85.39 

No. 21 Crane's bond paper, for 1.000 of same. 



814 40 

1185 

720 



816 00 
216 



107 00 
1,435 90 

265 34 

120 00 

35 42 

288 00 

1,270 08 

3 51 
1,582 56 

250 

11 00 



83 45 



D 



38 



Printing Paper mid Stationery — Continued. 



Date. 



Items. 



Amoiint. 



1889. 



April 



April 



April 



April 



April 



April 



May 

May 
June 

June 
July 



26 



26 



26 



27 



27 



29 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— Continued. 

1,900 note heads in pads 84.89 

3. 000 No. 9 envelopes. $8.20 

500 No. 6 envelopes. $7.20 



89 29 

24 00 

360 



Board of Public Instruction- 
April 17—2. 0'H) note heads, at 84.89 

' ' 17. 2,000 No. 12 envelopes. 811.40 

" 25. 6.000 "9 *' 87.20. 

Feb. .'6, 10.2(H) letter heads, 85.36 



89 78 
22 80 
43 20 
55 00 



J. H. Paddock— 

For services as Secret try of State Boa d of Contracts from Oct 
1. 1888, t> May 1,1889 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

144 bundles 432 18 /ioo reams 25x38—60 it book, at 83.36. 

Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
Board of Public Charities- 
April 25, 2,250 letter heads in pads, at 85.39, 

Paper for same, 82. 90 

Feb. 20, 1.000 No. io envelopes 

3,500 *' 6 " 87.20 



812 13 

5 80 

9 20 

25 20 



Adjutant General— 
Feb. 20, 2,000 double letter heads, 86.75. . . 
10.000 tetter heads in pads, 85.39. 
10, (MM) No. 10 envelopes 



• • •••«»! 



813 50 
53 90 
92 00 



Auditor- 
April 25, 15.000 No. 6 envelopes, at 87. 20 8108 00 



10,000 No. 9 r * 8.20. 

5,000 No. 10 " 9.20. 

1,900 note heads in pads, 4.89. 

3,650 letter " " 5.39. 

5,050 •' " '• 5.39. 



82 00 
46 00 
929 
18 05 
27 20 



Secretary of State- 
April 25, 10,000 letter heads in pads. 85.39. 
12.600 No. 10 envelopes, 9.20. 

10,000 letter heads in pads, 5.39. 
Special laid paper for same, 3.10. 
11,150 note heads in pads. 4.89. 

5.39. 

8.2». 

7.20. 

50. 



5.250 letter 
10, 100 No. 9 envelopes, 

6,100 No. 6 
8 packing cases, 



853 90 
115 92 

53 90 
31 00 

54 52 
28 30 
82 82 
36 72 

4 00 



17 



27 



21 



10 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

April 25, 6,000 No. 9 envelopes, Governor's office, 88.20.. 

2,000 No. 6 ,r " " 7.20.. 

7,700 letter heads. Executive office, 5.39.. 

Paper for same, " •' 3.10.. 

April 17, 2 reams letter heads, ' ' ' * 5.39.. 



849 20 
14 40 
41 50 
23 87 
10 78 



Aug. Gast. Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

5,000 No. 6 envelopes, Adjutant General, at 87.20. 
9,500 No. 6 " State Treasurer, 7.20. 

7.500 No. 10 " Secretary of State, at 9.20. 



836 00 

68 40 

69 00 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

For 15, 000 No. 9 envelopes furnished Auditor, at 88.20, and case. 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

For 9,900 No. 6 envelopes, at 87.20 

Case 



871 28 
35 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

139 bdls., 415 10 iw reams 25x38 60tt>. book, at 83.36 per ream. 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

June 26, 141 bdls.. 421 18 /ioo reams, 25x38 GOtb. book, at 83.36 per ream 



S87 49 



130 78 

70 00 

1,464 54 



52 33 



159 40 



290 54 



46108 



139 75 

173 40 
123 50 

71 63 
1,396 06 

1.417 58 



39 



D 



Printing Paper and Stationery — Continued. 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 



July 



SO 



August 
September 

October 



Octobe • 

December 

December 



March 



March 
March 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

July 20, 5.000 No. 6 envelopes. Railroad and Ware- 
house Commission, at 87.20 $36 00 

5,000 No. 10 envelopes, Railroad and Ware- 
house Commission, at 39.20 46 00 

Case 60 



17 



18 



18 



December 30 

1890. 
February 



February 
February 
February 17 
March 6 



W. H. Parsons & Go.— 

August 3, 135 bdls., 405 7 /io reams, 25x38 60». book, at €3.36. 



W. H. Parsons & Co- 
August 17, 142 bdls., 427 reams, 25x38 601b. book paper, at 83.36. 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
Secretary of State- 
Sept. 10, 2,068 steel plate certificates of incorporation, at 

*50ner M $103 40 

2,068 Rogers' imp. bond paper, at lc per sheet. 20 68 
Oct 15, 3, 000 steel plate notary commissions, at 46c 138 00 



J. M. W. Jones Co — 

Oct. 12, 1,000 sheets cover paper 



H. W. Rokker— 

Nov. 21, To 500 No, 11 manila envelopes 



John Morris Co.— 

Dec. 13, 24 gross No. 12 G. C. bands, at 22&e. 



24 
24 
12 
12 
12 
24 



14 
16 
18 

00M 

00& 

000?<2 



« < 

4 « 
f < 
• i 



22fcc. 
22%c. 
22^c. 

22%c. 
22^0. 
22&o. 



2 doz. No. 2 rubber penholders, long, non- 
reversible, $1.50 

2 doz. No. 8 rubber penholders, long, non- 
reversible, $1.50 

4 doz. steel erasers 18149, $4.80 

24 sets blotters for Hill's Bath, 10x12, 25c 



$5 40 
5 40 
5 40 
2 70 
2 70 
2 70 
540 

300 

300 

19 20 

600 



J. M. W. Jones Co.— 

207 reams 22x32 geological tint, 12.983 lb, at 5c, $3. 14 per roam. 



8hober & Carqueville Lithograph Co.— 

To 500 requisition blanks and 500 messenger warrants.. 
To 385 sheets 19x30. 31 lb. parch, deed 

J. M. W. Jones Co.— 

15,000 lithograph letter heads. $4 



$42 00 
17 00 



10 



15 
18 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

Jan 25,1890, For 136 bundles, 407 8 / 2 o reams. 25x38 S. S. & C, at 33.36 

Aug. G.ist. Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

2,000 No. 6 en v., for Attorney General's office, at $7.20 



J. M. W. Jones Co.— 

Jan. 23, For 500 engraved J. P. commissions 
Engraving for commissions 



$10 00 
50 00 



Western Bank Note and Engraving Co.— 

February 14, Changing date in steel plate, warrant $6 00 

Printing 10,000 warrants for Audi to Pub- 
lic Accounts, State building in tint, &c 185 00 

March 7, 2, 000 warrants, salary States Attorney 20 00 

of Judges 20 00 

1,000 " conveying convicts to Reform 

School 18 00 

1,000 warrants. Ai mory rent, h\ & L., &c 17 50 



* * 
< « 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
1,000 steel plate cert, of incorporation 



H. W. Rokker— 

To U'/uo reams, 20x24 buff plate paper, at $2.85 



82 60. 
1,361 98 

1.484 72 



262 08 
500 

' 175 



60 90 
649 15 

69 00 
60 00 

1,368 02 

14 40 

60 00 



261 50 
50 00 

31 39 



D 



40 



Printing, Paper and Stationery— Continued. 




1890. 
March 

April 



April 



April 



April 
May 



May 

May 
June 
June 
June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

August 

July 

August 



25 



14 



W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

For 426 e /» reams 25x38. 60tb, 8. 8. & C, at $3.36 per ream 

Aug. Oast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 

Pit " 



_ State Treasurer- 
March 15,1890. L200 steel plate letter heads, at $5.39 
Ledger paper for same 



96 47 
750 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
State Auditor— 

5,000 No. 9env.. at $8.20 $4100 

6 " 7.20 36 00 



Treasurer— 
3,000 No. 9 env., at 8&20 



22 



8 



14 



29 



11 



21 



30 



14 



22 



12 



30 



30 



Western Bank Note and Engraving Co.— 
For State Treasurer— 

3.000 No. 9 env., at $9.00 $27 00 

2.000 No. 10 " $9.00 18 00 

12 reams letter heads, at $11.00 132 00 

6 (not printed), at $2.65 16 90 



J. M. W. Jones Co.— 
2 Burr's Indexes.. 



Jno. Morris Co.— 

April 25, 10,000 No. 6 white env., at $1.65 $16 50 

5.000NO. 10 " $8.00 1500 

25 gross, 048 Est. Falcon pens, at 54c 13 50 

12 gross Leon Isaacs' Glue, at 54c 6 48 

9 gross D. Leonhardt's ball point, at $1.25.. .. 11 25 

24 Quarts Carter's ink, at 35o 8 40 

Arnold's " 8 40 



• « 

< c 

< * 

• < 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co- 
Superintendent Public Instruction- 
May 10, 5,000 No. 6 env., at $7.20 



Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithograph Co.— 
Auditor's Office— 
2, 050 steel plate note heads, at $4.89 



J. W. Butler Paper Co.— 

For 66 rms. paper 16x21)6, 12 lb., at 96c per rm 



J. W. Butler Paper Co- 
June 17, ?6"/«> rms. 22x32, 60 lb., M. F. tint paper, at $3 

H. W. Rokker— 

March 17, to 6 rms. 40 lb. medium O. B. Ledger, at $9.80 
April 17, ' • 12 87 '/48o rms. buff plate, 20x24, at $2.85. 

Aug. Gast Bank Note & Litho. Co.— 
Secretary State- 
June 25, 4,000 No. 9 eng. envelopes, at $8.20 

4,000 " 10 " ,f 9.20 

4,000 " 6 " " 7.20 



58 80 
36 43 



$32 80 
36 80 
28 80 



Aug. Gast Bank Note & Litho. Co.— 
1,000 steel plate notary commissions. 

The Burr Index Co.— 
Secretary State- 
July 9, one No. 2 letter index 



Quinoy Daily Whig- 
July 10, for publishing proposals for State contracts, 107 lines D. 

W. H. Parsons & Co.— 

419 16 rms. 25x38, 60 lb. 8. 8. & C, at $3.36 



H. W. Rokker— 

July 2. to 1,000 sheets Crane's Parchment Bond, 4Vso. 

H. W. Rokker— 

Aug. 29, to 10 reams 24 lb. O. B. folio, at 83.84 

,4 10 " 16 •• oap.at$2.56 



$38 40 

25 60 



$1,482 70 



13 97 

77 00 
24 60 



192 90 

60 00 



79 53 
36 00 

10 02 

63 36 

230 85 

95 23 



98 40 


50 00 


11 00 


82 92 


1,410 53 


42 00 



64 00 



41 



I> 



Printing Paper and Stationery— Continued. 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount 


1890. 
September 15 


Jno. Morris Co.— 
Auditor- 
Sept. 10. for 3 erro, Lyon & Patterson's pens, 54o , 


$1 ffit 


September 25 


Aoff. Oast Bank Note & Litho. Co.— 
Governor— 
Sept 8, 500 8. P. envelopes No. 12, XXX 


$5 70 
10 78 






Auditor- 
Sept 4, 2,000 No. 6 envelopes, XXX, at $7.20 






Attorney-General— 


30 88- 







D 



42 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 



January 15, 1889.— Balance on hand » $18,777 62 

April 13. 1889.— Deficiency appropriation 10, 000 00 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 80,000 00 

Total $58,777 52 

Amount expendnd from January 15, 1889 to September 30, 1890 37,020 78 

Lapsed into State Treasury October 1. 1889 14,674 36 

October 1, 1890.— Amount unexpended 17,082 38 




1889. 
January 



15 



January 26 

February 2 

February 9 

February 9 

February 16 

February 16 

February 23 

February 28 

March 2 

April 13 

April 19 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment on printing contract, as per certificate No. 2 of 
Printer Expert 

Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment on printing contract, as per certificate No. 6 of 
Printer Expert. 



Phillips Bros — 

Part payment on printing contract, as per certificate No. 1, of 
Printer Expert 



Phillips Bros.— 

For work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 2 
of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment on printing contract, as per certificate No. 7 of 
Printer Expert 



Phillips Bros.— 

To work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 3 
of Printer Expert 

H. W. Rokker— 

To work done under printing contract, as per certificate No 3 of 
Printer Expert 



Phillips Bros.— 

For work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 4 
of Printer Expert 

Springfield Printing Co.— 

For printing done under contract, as per certflcate No. 8 of 
Printer Expert 



Phillips Bros.- 

For work done under printing contract, a « per certificate No. 5 
of Printer Expert. 



Phillips Bros.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certiflcateNo. 6 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co. 

Part payment on printing contract, as per certificate No. 9, of 
Printer Expert 



$400 00 



300 0U 



350 00 



500 00 



500 00 



450 00 



700 00 



150 00 



500 00 



250 00 



1,800 00 



2,000 00 



43 



D 



Public Printing— Continued 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 
April 

April 

May 
May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 
June 

June 

July 

July 

August 

August 



27 

7 
10 

11 

23 

25 

8 

8 

18 
21 

26 

2 

18 

2 

16 

August 21 

September 6 

September 20 

October 3 



H. W. Rokker— 

For work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 4 
of Printer Expert 

Phillips Bros — 

For work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 7 
of Printer Expert. 

Illinois State Journal- 
Proclamation Arbor Day. 15 times 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 10 of Printer Expert 

Phillips Bros.— 

For work done under printing contract, as per certificate No. 8 
of Printer Expert 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 6 of Printer Expert 

Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract as per 
certificate No. 11 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

art payment for work _ _ 

certificate No. 12 of Printer Expert 



Part payment for work done under printing contract as per 
irtif 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 6 of Printer Expert 

Illinois State Journal- 
Publishing Proclamation, Johnstown Sufferers, ten times 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
til ----- 



Springfield Printing Co- 
art payment for worl 
certificate No. 18 of Printer Expert 

Phillips Bros — 

Balance due for printing as per bill rendered June 24, 1889, and 
certificate No. 9 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 14 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 
art payment for work 
certificate No. 15 of Printer Expert 



Part payment for work done under printing contract as per 
an " " ~ ~ 



Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 16 of Printer Export 



8pringfleld Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 17 of Printer Expert 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 7 of Printer Expert 



Part payment for work done under I printing contract, as per 
rfifl< ------- - 



Springfield Printing Co.— 
art payment for work 
certificate No. 18 of Printer Expert 

Springfield Printing Co.— 
art payment for work 
certificate No. 19 of Printer Expert 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
tlfl " " - ~ " - 



8pringfleld Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 20 of Printer Expert 



$1,500 00 

400 00 
15 00 

500 00 

400 00 

1.000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 
10 00 

600 00 

366 11 

2,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 

500 00 



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Public Printing— Continued, 




1889. 

October 18 

November 2 

November 8 

November 27 

December IS 

December 27 

1890. 

January 9 

January 10 

January 17 

January SI 

February 15 

February 21 

March 14 

March 21 

March 25 

April ' 4 

May 9 

May 16 



Springfield Printing Co.— 
art payment for work 
certificate No. 21 of Printer Expert 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
-lift " " ~ * ~ " 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 8 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No . 22 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Nov. 22, Part payment for work done under printing iwi- 
tract, as per certificate No. 23 of Printer Ex- 
pert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 
t payment foi 
certificate No. 24 of Printer Expert. 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 25 of Printer Expert 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
oertiflcat e No. 9 of Printer Expert. 



Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 26 of Printer Expert 

Springfield Printing Co.— 

For printing 12,000 election registers, at 3%o each, as per con- 
tract, estimate No. 27 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co- 
payment foi 
certificate No. 28 of Printer Expert- 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 



W. Rokker— 

Part payment if or work done under contract for printing, as per 
certificate No. 10 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co — 
t payment fo 
certificate No. 29 of Printer Expert. 



Part payment For work done under printing contract, as per 



Springfield Printing Co.— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 30 of Printer Expert 

Josua Lindahl— 

For paid to Oh. Bergendahl for drawing geological map for 
Vol. XIII 

H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 11 of Printer Expert 



Springfield Printing Co.— 
~~ t p 
certificate No. 31 of Printer Expert. 



ing 
tfc 



Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 



Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 32 of Printer Expert 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificate No. 12 of the Printer Expert 



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$1.600 00 
500 00 
500 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
420 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

13 00 

500 00 

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500 00 
500 00 



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Public Printings-Continued, 




1890. 



July 

July 

August 
August 

August 
August 

August 
August 

August 

August 
August 



21 



J. Lindahl— 

Photo engraving of geological map of Illinois for 

Vol. 8. Geological Survey of Illinois 125 

xpress and plate from Chicago 



Express 



00 
85 



Springfield Printing Co- 
Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
certificates Nos. S3 and 34 of Printer Expert 



25 

5 
9 

9 
11 

12 
2 

15 

18 
SO 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing oontraot.as per 
cert No. 13 of Printer Expert 



Illinois State Journal— 

To 82 lines D. 39 times to July 22, convening Legislature.10 & 7&o 

Phillips Bros- 

Balance due on work done under printing contract, as per cert 
No. 10 of Printer Expert 



Transcript Pub. Co.— 

Advertising proposals for State contracts, 106 lines, 10 times... 

Springfield Print ng Co.— 

Part pavment for work done under printing contract, as per 
cert No. 35 of Printer Expert 



The Inter Ocean- 
July 10, to adv. proposals State contracts, 311 lines, 10 times... 

Illinois State Journal— 

To pub. advt. proposals for State contracts, 345 lines 

nonp.. 1st Ins. at 10c 834 50 

23287 



September is 

September 18 
September 26 



345 lines nonp., 9 sub. ins. at 7%c 

Springfield Daily and Weekly News— 

To 138 lines proclamation, D., August 2, at 10c $13 80 

W., '* 5 " 7&c 10 35 

W„ " 12 " " 1035 



Telegram Pub. Co.— 

Publishing proposals for State contracts, 116 lines, 10 times. 



Illinois State Journal— 

Aug. 2, to 150 lines D. 1 time, W, 2 times, amendment to the 
constitution 



H. W. Rokker— 

Part payment for work done under printing contract, as per 
cert. No. 14 of Printer Export 



T. W. S. Kidd- 

To publishing proposed amendment to the constitution. 



Illinois State Register— 

Aug. 2, publishing notice proposed constitutional amendment 
150 lines , 



925 35 

2,500 00 

1,000 00 
241 90 

32 97 

82 15 

500 00 
241 03 



267 87 

34 50 
82 90 

37 50 

300 00 
36 00 

15 00 



PUBLIC BINDING. 



Jan. 16, J88S.— Balance on hand «S.588 74 

Appropriation (or two rears ending July 1, 1891. 20,000 00 

Total 133,638 74 

Amount expended from Jan, 15, 1889. to Bopt. SO, 1690. 38,372 67 

Oct. 1,1890.— Amount uneinended 84.568 07 



Date. 


.,.„.. 


Amount. 


1889. 

January 35 


H. W. Hokker- 

36th General Assembly— 

Nov. *12, Order No. 


JIG2 2U 












12 00 












75 00 












780 












1 20 












90 00 












S 15 






1889. 

•' 15, 




1 

IT, Bind 1,000 copies Banking Law, 

UMJind 2.500 <v>pl-s (jov. Mousing. 


2 40 
$4 30 

7 00 
21 ,50 
74 20 






3!. Bind l.Oii'J copi'ss ll'iv. schf>,-,l 






Attorney General— 
Jan. 10, Order No 

■ ■ a. 

7. 


.23,Bind 26 copies briof, Dupoe ve. 


M 21 
20 
23 






K Bind 'J.-.. '..j.i.'S brief. Pollard M. 

iG'iil' v.-*. Mivij;(!:-t,Clft^4.22[i|' 

20,nuid'J5.-..i-'i'!s ubsi. Corbin vs. 






S,Hi]i.li",~'|.i'.^ iirii'l Coibin vh. 




February 2 


Attorney General- 
Jan. 11, Order No 

36 General Assembly 
Jan. 15, Older No 


SS.Bind 330 copies brief, Dupoe vs. 


Swlgert 


04 




27, Bind .500 copies report Auditor 

1'llbllM Ai-.-.-.lll-.t-, i^lLSSj 

27.34 pp. over 300 pp.. 500 copies. 


590 00 
5 10 

sues 






27,2.70(1 (.•■■..pio-n^nn AuditnrPub- 
llo Accounts. Class 4. 331 pp.... 





Public Bindings- Continued. 



refe I. 
I pp 



is of House, 
uthern Pen. 
s, a,6oo each, 
ieport D, 4 
i, |ooo 'each] 



February lfl 



36th General Assembly— 

ins. 

Deo. 19, Order No. 14, Bind 2,000 copies Report Joliot 

Pen.. Class 4, 181 pp 

" ™ ping 8 tables, 2,000 each, 1.600 



Jan. 25, Order No. 33, 



Adj utant-G eneral— 



Bind 300 ooplee Rules of 

etc. Clans 4. 24 pp 

Bind 2 000 copies Live 



Bind z.ooo copies Eye a: 

Kept.. Claae 1. 52 pp 

Tipping in 3 plates, 2,000 each, 

total 6,000, at SI per M 

B i ii ill .00 1) .. ■ ( 1 1) I c b Li neoln H ome - 

stead Trust, Class 4, 16 pp 

Bind 600 copies Curator Report, 

Class 4, 12 pp 

o bind 600 copies General Order N 



February lfl 



Deo. 17, Order No. S8.3W pp Revenue Ledger. 125 
ahshm each aldV |C time') 12 

times. 

Bl i .:.-.,*■ i'-i Russia ■ ■ l- and 
bands — 

'• 17, '* 39.250%'}? "local bond Uxievr.' 125 

flhBt'W. ruling !•< Viiifi,. OB' h 

Mdo 116 times' 

Binding, antra Rus*la ends and 

" IS, " 40.12U Dp, Vigor. :■>.■■>:■■ Ii— 

P*rtmrn\ri:.i: u O 1 pp n n.'-i 

through 

hhidir.it 

Aiphn ■■• li'iii.'ifi '.I - 
ft .*•■ phi i.>11h. N.iing fi limes .... 



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4'<.,' i-lgm> f.l Ri-cord. taking apart 

and cleaning 

F.i-.rn hio.ling .... 

'-I ....II !-!.,(.. 4 >.,!>..«.' ll».,-1 

2M Insurant blanks, ruling i 

times ... .., 

5.'.«« ■ :t'i ml Pub. ln». Co . ruling 

62.] rr-ini mrh'u.l land*, rnklp.g 

apart and ■: leaning 

Be-t binding. 

Bide title. 



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Public Binding— Continued 




1889. 
February 



19 



Enoch Paine— Continued. 

Jan. 21, Order No. 62,2 more of each of these books 

taken apart and oleaned, 81.00 

each WOO 

Best binding, $9 each 18 00 

* * 23. ' * 64> 1 blank book, index, ruling 80 

Binding 8 50 

Alphabet leather tips 1 00 

Side title 1 00 

Secretary of State- 
Jan. 5. Order No. 45, 6 receipt books SO 90 

" 8. " 46,10 " " 150 

" 10. " 47,12 pads 48 

Paper furnished for same by 

Paine 1 50 

"18, " 58,850 letter heads. 100 each. 9 pads. 96 

" 21, " 61,20pads 80 

House, 36th General Assemble— 
1888 

Dec. 24, Order No. 41,1.000 roll calls, ruling 2 times.... 14 00 

1,000 " 20 pads 80 

"31, " 43,1 record House Joint Resolu- 

tions in Senate, ruling 4 times 

(100pp.) 1 60 

Binding 3 50 

Paging 1 00 

Side title 1 00 

44, Record House bills, 800 pp., rul- 

ing6times 3 20 

Extra Russia binding 9 00 

1 record House resolutions, 100 

{)p., ruling 1 60 

nding 3 50 

Paginglfl, side title SI 2 00 

1 record House Joint Resolu- 
tions. 50 pp., ruling 4 times. .. 1 60 

Binding 3 50 

Paging $1. side title, SI 2 00 

1889. 

Jan. 15, " 53,12 pads 48 

"15, " 54,2.400 House Blank No. 20, 50 pads 2 00 

55,20 pads clerk of House 80 

" 19, " 69,2 " House blank 08 

60,20 " " " 80 

Senate, 36th General Assembly— 
1888. 
Dec. 31, Order No. 43, 1 record of Senate bills, 100 pp. 

ruling 200 sheets 6 times 32 40 

Binding 3 50 

Paging SI: side title SI 2 00 

1 record House bills in Senate, 

60 pp., 200 sheets, ruling 160 

Binding 3 50 

Paging SI. side title SI 2 00 

1 record Senate resolutions, 100 

pp., ruling 4 times 160 

Binding 3 50 

Paging SI. side title SI 2 00 

1 record Senate Joint resolu- 
tions, 50pp., ruling 4 times... 1 60 

Binding 3 50 

Paging SI, side title SI 2 00 

44, 1 record Senate bills in House, 

80 pp , ruling 6 times 2 40 

Binding 3 50 

Paging SI. side title SI 2 00 

"24, " 41, 500 roll calls, ruling 2 times 2 00 

lOpads 40 

Dec. 31, " 44,1 record 8enate joint res. in 

House 50 pages, ruling 4 times... 1 60 

Binding 3 50 

Paging, SI; side title, $1 2 00 

1889 
Jan. 11, Order No. 48, Group of orders, Secretary of 

Senate 147 pads 5 88 

"14, " 50. 5 pads for Sergt-at- Arms Senate 20 



S101 40 



5 54 



42 46 



49 



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Public Binding— Continued. 




February 19 



March 



26 



•t 



Enoch Paine— Continued. 

Jan. 16, Order No. 66,1 record of Executive appoint- 
ments. 200 pp., ruling 6 times 

Binding, & Russia 

Paging, 91 ; side title, tl 

17, ' ' 67, Group of orders, 600 each. Senate 

blanks Nos. 1,2 and 3 flu pads), 

ruling 2 times 

80 pads 

17, * ' 67, Group of orders, 600 each. Sen- 
ate Dlanks Nos. 18,19,20,21 and 
25; making 60 pads 



Secretary of State- 
Jan. 24, Order No. 67,3 pads at 4c 



26, 



26. 



" 28, 
" 30, 

Feb. 5. 

Mar. 7, 



» • 
> < 



36th General Assembly- 
Jan. 24, Order No. 68, 120 pads 

69,40 pads 



25. 



2?' 
31, 



Feb. 1, 

" 2, 
" 5, 



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7, 



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70, Ruling 1,000 blanks 2 times, clerk 
of House 

70,20 pads at 4o 

71,20 " " 

72,120 

73,80 

74,62 

75,95 

76.80 

78,100 

79,170 

80,80 

81,70 

82.40 

85.70 

81.19 

87.80 

88,64 

90.140 

92.10 

93.18 

94.10 

95.30 

97.100 

96.40 

98.20 

99.20 
100.60 
103.60 
104.20 
105.20 
106,20 



blank B 



92 40 
350 
200 



600 
1 20 



200 



State Historical Museum- 
Jan. 21. Order No. 63,20 pads of letterheads 

36th General Assembly- 
Jan. 23, Order No. 65, Rule and pad 4,656 sheets bond 

paper, ruling 2 times $18 62 

50 pads 2 00 

"24, ' * 66, Group of orders, 10 pads each, 

blanks G. 13)6. A. D. 11,7.50 pads 2 00 
6 pads each blanks 5 E.lofc, A.B. 
10.5. 80 pads 120 



90 12 

77, Ruling 500 blanks (02) Jarge size 

3 times 3 00 

Ruling 1,000 blank (02) small size 

3 times 6 00 

15 pads 60 

83, Rule and bind Record D . 1, ruling 

4 times each side 3 20 

Paring. SI: binding, 89 10 00 

Rule and bind Record D. 2, rul- 
ing 4 times through each side. 3 20 

Paging,*!; binding, 99 10 00 

86,200blanks 2 40 

91. Record of Laws 9 00 

102, Ruling 100 blanks 6 times 2 40 

136,5j>ads,iOircular 20 



94 80 
160 



00 
80 
80 
80 
20 
48 
80 
20 
00 



1 
2 



680 

320 

280 

60 

80 

76 

320 

256 

560 

40 

72 

40 

20 

00 

60 

80 

80 

40 

40 

80 

80 

80 



969 78 
80 



23 82 



50 12 



Public Binding— Continued. 



Date. 


!»».. 


Amount. 


1889. 


Etiooh Pail 
Feb. 9. 

" 14. 

" 16 

■• IB, 
" 19. 

•* 38. 
" 27. 

Mar. 7 

Auditor— 

Feb. * 
" 12, 

Mar. 7 

Adjutant 
Feb. 17 

State Boa 
Feb. 23 

Printer E 
Feb. 23 

H. W.Rold, 
36th Gene 

Jan. 24 
Feb. 7 

Mar. S 
Apr. 6. 


e— Continued, 


90 36 

1 20 
1 20 
1 Oil 
1 60 

so 

1 no 

30 00 
84 

2 00 
1 20 
1 60 

1 00 
332 

6 90 
30 

84 

2 UN 

1 60 

140 

4 40 

M 

80 
28S 
56 

02 00 

2 00 
320 

M 00 

20 00 

816 00 
1 60 


































:i.'..jt nJin.r. t>:.o*«at 81 fcOeach . . 
lis. 21 pads 






liB.Kulo and bind book for Senaia 
T.ng. Bl'ln KuIIub.K.10. bind- 






General- 
Order No 

rd of Cha 

Order JNo 

Order No 
Order No 














130.HuMr,g.820O;paddln«.40Q. P.M. 






LTi.H. f! No. 1, nillnx. H.OO; pad- 
ding. Wo 






IT- Muling. 82.40: 12 pads. 4W 

101. 500 blanks form 7, IS times 


8158 10 




136.200 Wants, ruling 8 times 

117,2 blank books, 250 pp., ruling 8 

Blndlng.Si.OO caoh.fl8.00 ; paging, 
81.00 each, 82. 00 

lties— 
124, Hilling 4.000 sheets 2 times 


17 20 
26 00 






IT 60 


April 12 


bly- 

13, Bind 2.WW repts. Canal Corns., 44 
PP.CIBSS4 

31,I51nd 3,000 Vote of 111.. 68 pp., 


330 80 

71 41 

5 04 

19 04 

106 00 
8) R 

49 00 

St 2< 

32 20 

23 80 

28 00 






38 in House. 24 






i. in Senate, 






i. in Senate, 






i, at ISo 

43 form School. 






ililc-Mindod, 






amp Lands, 






d. or Denial 






55 I Stock Com., 
40pp„C]ass4 


44196 



Public Binding— Continued. 



Bute. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1889. 


H. W. Bokke— Contaved. 








Attorney Gene al— 








April 13 


Feb. 16, Order No 
Mar. 8, 

"6. 
*• 13, 

Auditor— 


39, 
41. 
4S, 


n s2 
11 

27 
11 


82 34 




Feb. 20. Order No 


40,Billd 1.000 Summary Ins. Co's.,12 up 


Class 4 


4 30 




36th General Assembly- 








April 4. Order No 


46, Bind 1.060 copies Chinoh Bub 
BInd750coplesList of Members, 


S2I 70 
















etc.. 66 pp., Class 4 


17 85 








Bind 250 copies List of Members, 


100 00 








LetterInK201 copies List of Mem- 








" 1, 


bers, e c, names, at 15c per line 

54. Bind 900 oopies Joint Com. to 

Visit St. Chart. Inst.. 10 pp. 


30 15 


















316 






"8, 


GT.Blnd l.ZOi) cop. House journals 
SStb G. A., atl6o 










192 00 








56, BlndSOOoop. House journals S5th 
G. A.,atl6c 










48 00 






*■ 1. 


56, Bind 1.000 cop. Crime, The Con- 
vict and the Prison, 32 pp., 
















Mar. 8. 




11 20 






44,B,n<l 3,066 cop. Soldiers' and 








Sailors' Home rent., 104 pp.. 










Class 4 


62 84 








48X85 




Superintendent Publia Instruction— 








Mar. 19. Order No 


iH.BIn.i 800 Hieh School Premium 
List. 6 pp., Class 4 


fl 68 








Bind 2,000 Graded School Pre- 










51, Bind 200 Proceedings Bd. of Ed- 


4 20 






"33. 

■■ as. 


1 40 






63,Bindl. r ..0fl6 Circular No. 19.10 pp., 








Class4 * 


62 60 


69 78 




Attorney General- 
Mar. IS. Order No 










47. Bind 35 cop. brief Nancy Harris 
v. The People. 14 pp.. Class 4. . . . 

49. Bind 91 cop. brief Travis v. The 
People, 22 pp., Class 4 










SO 12 






■■29, 










23 


36 




Governor— 








Mar. 29. Order No 
Enoch Paine— 


53. Bind 300 cop. Inaugural Address. 


20 p|... 


2 10 












SSth General Assembly— 






April M 


Mar. 13. OrderNo 




SO St 

li 00 
1 2ii 




so. ii-.,.:;* i. ."■""■ :•■:>■.- •;., :- v :iun-s 

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4 (11) 










80 
4 00 

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Public Binding— Continued. 






Date. 


torn. 


Amount 


1839. 


Enoch Paine— Con tinued. 










Mar. 13, Order No 






80 ao 

4 00 

80 
























so 












200 












40 












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2 DO 

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Mar. 13. Order No 


lSP.Rullng 500 blanks 2 times 

158. Rullr.it 200 In* tilaokA HllmeB.. 


12 00 
20 

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Ruling 200 












172,Rullng00C 


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Secretary of State— 
Mar. 13, Order No 








15 80 








8320 
400 
40 






164, Ruling account bla 
170. 115 tubes, at 1 v 


i- i -■ "i- -- 










11 50 


















Railroad and Warehouse C ommlas loners- 










Mar. 13. Order No 


171,1 500 pp. record book, ruling 
81.60; blncUiig 89.00; pagiEg!1.00 

171.1 journal. 300 pp.. ruling 82.40; 
binding 19.0(1; pawns SUW 










in r« 














Bureau Labor Statistics— 






U 00 




Maris, Order Ho. 


163, Ruling 500 let. hda. 




82 00 
40 
























H. W. Rokker- 












S6th General Afiserably— 








Kay SS 


Jan. 7. Order No 


21, 


Supt 

to 

,at3c 

Uupt. 


$540 00 
201 00 
015 30 








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66. 
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SeJth" 


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90 00 








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82.339 90 
Deduel J73.50 (or binding 60 addi- 








tional pages report of Bd. of 










Health, without 


authority of 










Bd. of Contracts 




73 61 


2,150 40 



53 



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Public Binding— Continued. 




1889. 



June 



Enoch Paine— 
Auditor- 
Order No. 173,200 R. B. returns, ruling 4 times 
177,500 let. hds. .ruling 4 times 

10 D8/d8 

500 let. hds. /ruling 4 times'. ..... 

10 pads 

181, 250Formi,' ruling 4* times ...... 



800 
200 
200 
200 
450 
186.800 



• « 

• « 

< < 



2, A. 
I.A. 
1,B. 
2.B. 
6, ruling 8 times. 



it 

* f 
i « 

• 4 

* « 



Secretary of State- 
Order No. 178,4 pads 



Adjutant General- 
Order No. 175.10,000 qualifying scoring cards, 

3time8 

100 pads - 

Superintendent Public Instruction- 
Order No. 182,100 manila bags for Go. Supts, 

at 10c 

* ' 110 manila bags for Supt. Pub. 

Instr 

193. 4 books, at 13^0 

Railroad and Warehouse Commission— 

Jan. 6, Order No. 185,200 blanks, No. 2, ruling 

2 pads 

200 blanks, No. 3.....' 



1 pad 
200 



blanks. No. 4 

lpad 

200 blanks. No. 5 : 

2 pads 

188. Ruling 200 sheets (interlocking 

and automatic signals) 10 times. 

Best binding 

Paging 

Ruling 200 sheets (complaints) 8 

times * 

Best binding 



Paging 

^UliE 



Ruling 200 sheets (grain insp.) 12 

times 

Best binding 

Paging 

194,200 account blanks 

O narlc 

199,500 blanksVNo.^'.!'.'.'.!'.'.'.'.!.''..' !!'.'.'.'. 

10 pads 

201,500 blanks. No. 5, 5 times 

10 pads 



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Live Stock Com.— 
Jan. 6. Order No. 197.500 letter heads 

10 pads 

198,20 pads 



Printer Expert— 
Jan. 6, Order No. 196.5 pads 



tl 60 
200 

40 
200 

40 
200 
6 40 
160 
1 60 
1 ( 
360 
480 



§60 00 
400 



$10 00 

1100 
14 00 



92 00 

08 
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04 
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900 
100 

4 00 
900 
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10 12 
900 
100 

80 

08 
3 00 

40 
300 

40 



Bureau Labor Statistics— 

Jan. 6, Order No. 191,500 letterheads 12 00 

10 pads 40 

192,20 pads 80 

200,1,000 foreclosure blanks 7 limes ... 14 00 



92 00 
40 
80 



00 
16 



64 00 



35 00 



63 34 



17 20 

320 
20 



D 



54- 



Public Binding — Continued, 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount 


1889. 


H. W. Rokkor— 












96th General Assembly- 






June 18 


April 6, Order No. 


57, Bind 1,200 copies Senate jour- 












8192 00 






March 8, 


< i 


54, Bind 2 000 copies Fish Commis- 
sioner's Report- 
Bind 1,500 copies, 176 pp 












20 65 










92 40 










Tipping 29 plates in 1,500 : total, 
43,500 at 81 per thousand 












43 50 










Making 15 cuts in 1.500 siff. of 






* 






copies for plates, 22,300, at SI 












68, Bind 3,500 copies Bureau Labor 

Statistics. Class 4. 444 pp 

Bind 3,500 copies Coal Reports, 


22 50 






June 4. 


• • 












543 90 




















Bureau Labor Statistics, Class 








May 20, 


4 I 


4, 132 pp 


16170 






66, Bind 2,0u0 copies University Re- 










ports. Class 4, 268 pp 


187 60 






Bind 2.000 copies University Re- 






• 






360 00 


81.624 25 




86th Genoral Assembly— 




June 18 


Feb. 2. Order No. 


66, Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis, 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


90 84 






H 


1 1 














84 






16, 


1 t 


Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis. 
Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


1 12 








• 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


252 






23. 


t ♦ 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


441 






March 9, 


f t 








*» 




Bind 400 copies Senate synopsis, 


688 




















Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


3S6 






" 16, 


< t 












Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis. 


609 






" 23, 


i < 












, Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


1 96 






" 26. 


• I 












Bind 300 copies Senate synopsis. 


6 09 






" 29, 


> « 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


294 




















Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


6 51 






" 2. 


t ( 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


5 04 






April 6, 


• < 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


695 






" 13. 


4 < 












Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis, 


7 14 




















Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis, 


2 24 






" 20, 


• t 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


2 24 




















Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


735 






'• 27. 


< t 












Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis. 


735 




















Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


2 52 






May 4, 


t t 












Bind 300 copies House synopsis, 


7 56 






" 11. 


t f 












72 pp., Class 4 

Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis, 


756 
















" 18. 


f f 


38 pp.. Class 4 


2 66 






Bind 200 copies Senate synopsis, 










Bind 300 copies House synopsis. 


280 




M 


















756 


HI 53 



55 



D 



Public Binding — Continued. 




1889. 



June 



June 



July 



July 



18 



9 



19 



H. W. Bokker— Continued. 

AttOFDfiV GGnfil*!!.!^ - 

April 27. Order No. 58, Bind 50 brief Dupee v. Swigert, 

Glass 4. 18 



May 



June 



17, 
21. 
22, 
27. 
24. 

1. 
6. 
7. 



61, Bind 20 brief Mayor Ex/to'Trus 
tees. Class 4 r 12 pp 



62, Bind 80 brief John Steffy v. The 

People, Class 4, 30 pp 

63, Bind 30 brief Wyman v. Smiley, 



Class 4, 16 pp.... 
66, Bind 30 brief G. W. Brown v. 



Morgan Co., Class 4, 12 pp. 

igc 
of Hamilton, Class 4, 72j)p. 



64,Bind_20 abstract swigert v. Co. 

>n. Class 4, 72pi 
67, Bind 90 brief Swigert v. Tanner, 



Class 4, 26 pp. 

69, Bind 25 brief Harrison v. The 

People, Class 4. 10 pp 

70, Bind 100 brief Bedmen v. The 

People, Class 4, 18 pp 



Enooh Paine— 
Superintendent of Public Instructions- 
June 21, Order No. 183, 250 county superintend- 
ents reports, ruling 

124 times 

Binding 



W2 00 
25 00 



Secrcretary of State — 
June 21, Order No. 202, 1 book, 200 sheets, Am. 

Ex., » uling 4 times. .. 

Binding 

207, 1.000 blanks (003) rul- 



ing 4 times. 



$1 60 
350 

800 



90 32 
08 
32 
18 
13 
115 
27 
09 
60 



187 00 



13 10 



Bureau of Labor Stat.— 
June 21, Order No. 203, 1,000 schedules judg- 
ments rendered, rul- 
ing 1,000 sheets 6 

times 112 00 

500 schedules taken by 

comparison, 8 times 8 00 

204,250 schedules, farm 

lands sales, ruling 4 

times (250 sheets) .... 2 00 

208,500 let hds., ruling 1 

time 1 00 

206,100 blank schedules 
coal mines, ruling 9 

times 3 60 

50 district reports 9 

times 3 60 

3020 

$130 30 
Amount paper spoiled.... 2 76 

H. W. Bokker— 
36th General Assembly- 
April 29, Order No. 59, Bind. 1,000 copies Fire Ins. Kept 

Class 4. 516 pp 180 60 

Bind. 300 copies Fire Ins. Kept. 

Class 3 54 00 

216 additional pages, 300 copies 

at 3o per 100... 19 44 

June 22, " 74, Bind. 25,000 copies School Laws 

Class 4,116 pp 1,015 00 

H. W. Bokker— 
86th General Assembly- 
June 26, Order No. 75, Bind 6,000 copies Session Laws 

1889, Class! and 2 



$3 14 



127 54 



1.269 04 



96 



D 



56 



Public Binding — Continued. 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1889. 
July 19 

August 2 


H. W. Bokker— Continued. 
Superintendent Public Instruction- 
July 12, Order No. 77, Bind 5.000 copies Course of 

H. W. Bokker— 
96th General Assembly— 
June 26, Order No. 75, Bind 2,000 copies Session Laws 

1889, Class land 2 ' 

Feb. 1, " 85, Bind 2, 000 copies Kept Pub. 

85, Bind 500 copies Bept Pub. 
Char.. Class 4 

Superintendent Publio Instruction- 
July 12. Order No. 77, Bind 20.000 copies Course of 

Studies. Class 4, 102 pp 


9H20 00 

360 00 

52 85 


•178 50 

732 85 
714 00 








Auditor of Publio Accounts- 
June 10, Order No. 71, Bind 1,000 copies Life Ins.. 

Bept., Class 4, 260 pp 


•91 00 
42 






July 31. " 71, Bind 200 copies Township Ins. 

Board of Public Charities- 
July 26. Order No. 79, Bind 1,000 copies circular Insane 

ofllL, Class 4 18 pp 


91 4S 






9X w 

6 30 


August 10 


Enoch Paine— 
Auditor- 
July 26. Order No. 205,250 assessment blanks. 11 times 

250 detailed blanks, 12 times 

213, 50 life insurance sohedules.8 times 
50 '* *' •• 4 times 
200 " " •• 10 ,# 

Secretary of State- 
July 26. Order No. 209,50 pads '. 


•5 50 
570 
320 
1 60 

400 


20 00 




•2 00 
116 

600 
10 00 

300 




211,29 " 






215.1 500 page Beo. B.B. incorpora- 
tions, ruling 6 times 






Binding. 99.00; paging. $1 00 

' ' 216, 4 sewed pads, Beo. H. and S. bills. 

Adjutant General- 
July 26. Order No. 210, 100 pay rolls ruling 7 times 


22 1$ 
14 00 








Bailroad and Warehouse Commissioners- 
July 26, Order No. 212,15 pads 


60 




Live Stock Commissioners- 
July 26, Order No. 220, 2 pads 


•0 08 

4 00 
40 






1,000 letter heads. 2 times 






10 pads 






State Board of Publio Charities- 
July 26. Order No. 219,1.500 blanks, Fire Beo. State Inst 

ruling 6 times. ,,..,»,.,. 


4 48 




•2 40 
240 
2 40 




150 blanks am't collect for asyl- 






200 blanks Com. Aoct of Institu- 
tions, 6 times 






Superintendent Public Instruction- 
July 26, Order No. 221. 156 manila tubes. 10c each. 


720 
15 60 








State Printer- 
July 26,. Order No. 217.500 letter heads, ruling 2 times 

5 pads 


•2 00 
20 








220 



57 
Binding— Continued . 



Date. 


It™. 


Amount 




H. W. Hokker- 






1889. 


36th (lonera! Assembly— 






August 17 


Deo. 26, Order No. 15, Bind 8,000 R. It. and W. reports, 










1540 00 






Bind 438 pp. additional, 1,314,000 






' — lerlOO 


SH4 20 






ip 40 pp., 1,500 ooples. 


21 00 






map, L5O0 copies at tl 


1 60 
16 80 






00 tables. Expense in 






ioo tables, Expense in 






perM 


300 






copies R. R. and W. 








j)««8 8.7&0pp. 


262 50 






copies 111. State Bd. 
y, 83 pp.. Class 4 








107 80 










11,346 80 




Auditor of Public Accounts- 








June 10, Order No. 71, Bind 300 copies Lite Ins. re- 








ports. Class 3 


154 00 






Bind 300 copies Life and Fire 










36 00 






Bind 900 copies Life and Fire 

Ins. reports, Class 3, 518 pp 

Bind 216 pp. over 300 pp. In 200 

Aug. 7. Order No. S3, Bind 2,000 copies Statement of 
Property Assessed in '89, Class 








36 00 












12 96 




















33 60 






84, Bind aoOcopiea insurance Laws, 






CIBH3 4, 10 pp 


70 










173 26 




B. W. Bokker- 








Secretary of Stato— 






September 12 


Sept 6. Order No. 92,B1nd 000 ooples Corporation 












14 38 




30th General Assembly— 








Aua. 29. Order No. BS.Bind 300 copies ToL 3, ClassS.... 


648 00 






Bind 1,200 copies ToL 3. Class 1.. 
Bind 300 copies ToL 1, Glass 2. . . . 


192 00 






48 Ou 






Bind 1,200 oopies ToL 1, Class 1.. 
Cutting out 18 pp. In 1,500 copies 
of Vol 3, total 27.000.at « Per II 


192 00 






27 00 






Tipping In 18 pp. In 1.500 copies 
Of Vol. 3, total 27,000. at 11 per M 


27 00 














Auditor of Public Accounts— 








Aug. 19. Order No. BC.Bind 500 copies Rules of State 
Board of Eauallzntlon, 12 pp.. 














Class* 


62 10 






Aug. 17, Order No. 85, Bind 280 oopiee LifB Ins. Report, 










50 40 






Cutting out 18 pp. in 230 ooples, 
total 5,040. at ft per M 








6 04 






Tipping in IS pp. In 280 copies. 


6 04 






216pp. over 800 pp., total 43,200 










12 96 






Cutting out 18 pp. in 200 oopiee, 






360 






Tipping In IS pp. in 200 ooples, 
total 3,600, at tl per H 






360 






Sept 6. Order No. 90, Bind 200 copies Corpora ions 








with Banking Powers, 20 pp.. 










14 00 
41 86 






Aug. 17, Order No. 85, Bind 4W copies Life Ins. Report 
260 pp., Class 4 






Cutting out 18 pp.. 460 copies, 
total 8.280. at 61 per M 


H28 






Tipping ic 18 pp. 400 copies, total 


8 2fi 










155 IS 



D 



58 



Bid diflg^-Continued . 




1889. 
September 



12 



September 20 



I 



September 21 



October 



October 12 



October 17 



H. W. Rokker— Continued. 
Attorney General- 
June IS, Order No. 72, Bind 20 copies brief Swiff ert 

•et al. vs. Hamilton Co., 12 pp., 

Class 4 

July 25, Order No. 78, Bind 50 copies abstract People 

ex rel. vs. Chicago Gas Trust 

Co., 228 pp., Class 4 

Aug. 2, Order No. 82, Bind 25 copies brief Jno.Hronek 

vs. The People, 26 pp., Class 4.. 

H. W. Rokker— 
Bureau Labor Statistics- 
Sept. 7. Bind 2,000 copies Mining Laws, 28 pp. class 4. .. . 



10 09 

399 
23 



H. W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture— 
July 12, Order No. 76, Bind 1.000 copies Affri. Kept., 

Class 3 $180 00 

166 pp. over 300 pp. in 1,000 copies, 

total 16.600 49 80 

Tipping in 4 cuts, 1.000 of each, 

4.000, at $1.00 perM 4 00 

88, Bind 200 copies Entomologist 

Kept. 126pp., Class 4 8 82 

Bind 5,000 copies Fat Stock 
Rept.,300 pp., Class 4 525 00 



Aug. 28, 



Secretary of State — 
Sept 6, Order No. 92, Bind 1,500 copies Boad and Bridge Jaws, 

Counties not under Township Orgn., 32 
pp„ Class 4 



Attornev General -- 
Aug. 16, Order No. 87, Bind 300 copies brief, State of Illinois 

vs. Chicago Gas Trust Co., 110 pp.. 

Class 4 

Auditor P. A.— 
Aug. 7, Order No. 83, Bind 1,000 copies Expenses 36th General 

Assembly, 20 pp , Class 4 



H, W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture- 
July 12, Order No. 76. Bind 2,000 copies Agri. Rept. 

Class 3, 1887 1360 00 

Bind 166 pp. over 300 pp. in 2, 000 
copies, ©,200 99 60 



Secretarv of State -- 
Sept 23, Order No. 93.8,000 copies Road and Bridge Laws, 

T 



under Town. Orgn.. 



H. W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture- 
July 12, Order No. 76, Bind 2,000 copies Agri. Rept, 

Clase3 $360 00 

Bind 166 pp. over 300 pp. in 2,000 
copies. 33.200 99 80 



Enoch Paine— 
R. R. and W. Com.— 
Oct. 5, Order No. 218, 4 books. Railway Age. 1887-1888, and Rail- 
way Review, 1887-1888, & Russia bind- 
ing, at $3. 50 

Auditor of Public Accounts— 
Oct 5, Order No. 222,3,000 letter heads, ruling 2 times. $12 00 

60 pads, 4c 2 40 

223.200 blanks 18x23, 4 times 1 60 

50 " 18x23, 6 times 2 40 

225.500 " Assessed and Equal- 
ized Val. of Tang. Property 

Ruling. 10 times 10 00 

226, 150 blanks assessed R. R. prop- 
erty 1889. 5 times 2 50 



$4 31 
19 60 



767 62 

16 80 

1155 
700 



459 80 
106 40 



459 60 



14 00 



50 



D 



1889. 
October 



October 



October 



October 



Incidental Expenses. — Continued. 




17 



19 



H. W. Rokker— Continued. 
Auditor Public Aocounts— Continued. 
Oct 5, Order No. 227,250 blanks property belonging 

R. R. Cos. as assessed by B'a 

of Equalization. 92 20 

227,500 bill heads, three times 3 00 

5 pads 20 

230,300 roll calls of counties, 3 times. 1 80 
232,1 book— awards by Com. of 

Claims, 6 times 4 80 

Index to awards by Com. of 
Claims 3 00 

1 index to Proceedings of 
Claims, flexible binding,alpha- 
bet and side title 3 50 

233,4 vols, tax sales by Co. cl'ks.95 20 00 

2 flies delinquent tax lists, '87-88 10 00 



4 « 
I t 



State Board of Public Charities— 
Oct 5, Order No. 228,1 book vouchers for Eastern 

Insane Hospital at Kankakee, 

ruling 500 pages 7 times 97 00 

Binding, 99; paging, 91 10 00 

1 book vouchers for Deaf and 
Dumb Asylum at Jacksonville, 

ruling 500 pages 7 times 7 00 

Binding, 99; paging, 91 10 00 

State Geologist— 

Oct. 5. Order No. 224,1,000 letter heads, 4 times 98 00 

229,100 vouchers, 3 times 120 



Secretary of State— 
Oct 5, Order No. 231,1 book "Record of Pees," 800 pp., 

ruling 12 times 

Binding, 93.50; paging, 91 

Superintendent of Public Instruction— 
Oct 5, Order No. 234,1,000 statements of attendance, 



97 20 
450 



7 times. 
10 pads... 



914 00 
40 



19 



26 



November 27 



H. W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture- 
July 12, Order No. 76, Bind 2,000 copies of Agricul- 
tural Reports, class 3. 9360 00 

Bind 166 pp. over 300 pp. in 2,000 
copies, 33,200 99 60 



H. W. Rokker— 
Governor's Office— 
Sept 6. 



Bind 2,000 copies Coal Minors Strike Rept 
31 pp. class 4 



H. W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture- 
July 12, Order No. 76, Bind 3,000 copies AgrioL Reports, 



v cop] 
Class 3, 1886. 



166 pp. over 300 pp. in 3,000 copies 

Tipplng-'in i'cuts 900 bit each* total 
36, 000 at 60c per M 



9540 00 

149 40 

36 00 



Superintendent Public Instruction- 
July 27, Order No. 80, Bind 200 copies Proceedings State Board 

_ Education, 22 pp., Class 4 

Enoch Paine— 



Secretary of State— 

Oct 7, Order No. 236,65 pads 4c 



7, 



236,2,000 blanks (4 times each side) 
ruling 8 times 



92 60 
16 00 



State Board Public Charities— 

Oct 7, Order No. 237,1 book, ordinary expenses, bind- 
ing 

Paging 2 times 



93 50 
200 



979 40 



34 00 



990 



11 70 



14 40 



459 60 



27 90 



725 40 



154 



18 60 



6 60 



November 37 



November 27 
December 31 



Deoember 21 



60 
Public Binding— Continued. 

Enonh Payne— Con tinned. 
36th General Assembly— 

Oct.7, Order No. 337, Binding 60 books— House Bills. 
volsTTand 2, 36th General As- 
aembly I 

Auditor— 

Oct 7, Order No. 238. 600 blanks. No. 11, ruling 8 times. 17 20 
239.2.000 blanks. Ins., ruling 3 times. 13 00 
341,250 assessment ol ttues. counts' 

bonds, 10 times 

241,250 assessment of taxes. 1889— 
ruling 18 times 

Adjutant General— 

Oct. 7, Ordor No. 340,1.000 rifle oraotioe olassifloatlon, ruling 8 

(. W. Rokker- 
AudltorP. A.— 

Aug. 17,OrderNo.B5.Blnd 200 copies Life and Fire Insurance 
Beport, double , 

State Board of Agriculture— 

Aug. 2»,OrderNo.85. Bind 5,000 copies Fat Stock Be- 
port 92 pp.. ad., ] 889. 1161 00 

Deo. 39, " 101, Bind 6,000 copies loth Annual Be- 

port American Fat Stock Show, 

Class 4, 408, pp.. 1887 714 00 

Oct. 31, " 96, Bind 4.000 ooples Agricultural 

Beport. vol. 25 at 18o 734 00 

Bind 80 pp. over 300 pp., in 4,000 

Sipios, 320,000 at 3 cents per 
undred 96 00 

Tipping 5 plates 4,000 copies 30, - 
000 at tl. IN per thousand. 3D 00 

State Board of 
Dec. 4, Orde ird 

148 00 
les 

570 



... 417 83 

Enoch Paine— 
Secretary of State— 
Deoember 23 Nov, 23, Order No. 243,1 corporation rorord. ruling 200 8 

tiirion 1830 

Binding 

Pacing. II i side title. »l 

349.B00 blank- ■<"*<■ ruling* tlmfis.. . 12 80 
850,Psddlo« 36 pads ... 

Auditor— 

Order No.243.1 Bwwlpt book, perforating 4 

tfm*»H n 00 

Blndinx .. 

344,1 book, record ot agents, ruling 

Ruling book 6 tlmee... 

Binding 

Patting 

Doiilit;: :i..:.-n !••■.!■ -■■<1 ■ .\rZ Hd- 
244.1 lri'ifi r ruling - linn's 

Ruling Index — 

Binding 

Leather tips 



61 



D 



Public Binding— Continued. 




1889. 
December 23 



December 88 



1890. 



January 11 



Enoch Paine— Continued. 

Order No. 244, Advertising index, binding. 

Ruling 8 times 

Double index 

Side title 

252, Ruling 200 blanks 2 times . . . 
245,2 pads 



« 4 



81 00 

3 20 

200 

1 00 

80 

08 



36th General Assembly— 



71 Vols. Senate bills at 90c. 



H. W. Bokker— 
State Board of Agriculture— 
Oot 31, Order No. 96, Bind 2,000 copies agricultural re- 



Sort, vol 25 at 18o 
> pp. over 300 in 
000 at 3 per 100 



pp. over 300 in 2, 000 copies 160.- 



Tlpping 5 plates s£666 copies 10,666 
at $1 per M 

State Board of Agriculture— 
1889. 
Octal, Order No. 96, Bind 4,000 copies Agr^l Rep't, vol. 

25a 18c 

80 pp. over 300 in 4,000 copies 

3», 000 at 8c per 100 

Tipping 5 plates, 4,000 copies, 

„ ._ _ 20,000 at to per M 

Enoch Paine— 
State Auditor— 
Oct 31, Order No. 246, Ruling 100 annual statements 

"Accidental Ins. Co" 

Binding 

247, Ruling 200 annual statements, 75 
times 

Binding 5o each. 

Ruling 350 annual statements 

' Ins. Co., 28 times 

Binding 5o each 

Ruling 100 annual statements 

Life Ins. Co., 62 times 

Binding 5c each 

248, Ruling 200 statements Hi. Co. for 
Pub. 4 times 

254, Ruling 200 blanks. 6 times 

200 ** 5 " 

600 statements. 7 times... 
200 blanks, 5 times 

255, Binding 1 special receipt book 
266, Ruling 100 charts, wind storm 

blanks, 3 times 

258, Ruling 800 annual statements 

tax blanks, 3 times 

Ruling 500 registered bond tax 
blanks, 3 times 



8360 00 
48 00 
10 00 



9720 00 
96 00 
20 00 



< t 
< « 



« • 
« • 



834 80 
500 

30 00 
10 00 

19 60 
17 50 

24 80 
5 00 

1 00 
240 
200 
840 
200 
10 00 

1 20 

1 80 

300 



State Treasurer— 
Oct 31, Order No. 2R8, Ruling 400 receipts, cancelled 

coupons, 2 times 



State Geologist- 
OotSI. Order No. 2677, Ruling 2. OoO letter heads, 2 times 

20tfads 

" 259, Ruling 200 sheets, 1 time 

Bureau Labor Statistics— 
Oct 31, Order No. 260, Ruling 1.000 letter heads. Mine 

Inspectors 

10 pads 

Ruling 1,000 letter heads. Bu. 



00 
80 
40 



Lab. Siat. 
10 pads. 



$4 00 
40 

4 00 
40 



36th General Assembly— 



in uenerai AssemDiy— 

Oot 31, No. 260, Binding 50 vols. House bills. 



»48 06 
93 90 



418 00 



836 00 



179 10 
1 60 



920 



8 80 
50 00 



D 



(52 



Public Binding— Co ntinued 




1890. 



January 17 



January 25 



February 



H. W. Bokker— 
36th General Assembly— 
1890. 
Jan. 11 , Order No. 105, Bind 300 copies House journal 36th Gen 

eral Assembly, Class 2, at Mo 

Attorney General- 
Jan. 11, Order No. 106, Bind 1.500 oopies Atty. Gen.'s Bept., Glass 

4.60 pp 



Bureau Labor Statistics— 
Jan. 11, Order No. 106. Bind 2,000 oopies Goal in Illinois, 1889, 

Glass 4, 190 pp 



148 00 
192 00 



36th General Assembly- 
Jan. 11, Order No. 105, Bind 800 oopies Senate journal, 

Class 2, at 116.00 

Bind 1,200 oopies House journal, 
Class 2, at $16.00 

State Board of Dental Examiners— 
June 20 Order No. 110, Bind 2,000 oopies State Board of Dental 

Examiners Bept, Glass 4, 36 pp 
Attorney General— 
1889. 
Oot. 25, Order No. 94, Bind 25 copies brief and argu- 
ment, Shehan vs The People, 



Class 4, 12 pp. 

)1€ 



Nov. 12, 

'• 15, 

" 27, 
Deo. 24, 



1890. 
Jan. 10, 



95, Bind 25 oopies of brief. A. S. 
Eronk vs. The People, Glass 4, 

97, Bind 25 "copies of "briefi ' Mobiie 

and Ohio R. B. vs. The People, 
Class 4, 34 pp 

98, Bind 25 copies of brief. Ohas. P. 

Weaver and Joe Lebasvs.The 

People, Class 4, 12 pp 

99, Bind 25 copies brief, John Price 

vs. The People, Class 4. 28 pp. 

102, Bind 30 copies abstract and 

brief. Auditor vs. Hy M. Utter, 

Class 4, 32 pp 

104. Bind 30 copies brief, F. W. Wa- 
caser vs. The People, Class 4, 



18. 



108, Bind 25 copies brief. Win. Ar- 



22. 



48 np. 

lind 25 copiv.« ~^., „ —. ^. 

neals vs. The People, Class 4, 

109, Bind 25 ' copies ' brief," ' Chas." *8. 
Young vs. The People, Class 
4,12pp 

106, Bind 500 copies Attorney Gen- 
eral' Bept., Class 3, at 18 c 

Ill, Bind 25 copies brief. Matt Kelly 
vs. The People, Class 4, 16 pp. 



90 11 

14 

120 

11 
25 

34 

50 

14 

11 

90 00 

14 



Superintendent of Public Instruction- 
Jan. 3, Order No. 103, Bin«l 200 copies Proceedings State Board 

of Education, Class 4, 16 pp 

36th General Assembly- 
Jan. 11, Order No. 105, Bind 1,200 copies Senate journal, Class 1. 

Enoch Paine— 
Treasurer's Office— 

Feb. Order No. 261.1 550 page book, ruling 8 times. . 98 80 

Binding 10 00 

Paging 1 00 

267,1.200 letterheads % inch, ruling 2 4 80 

12 pads 48 

1,200 letterheads % inch, ruling 4 80 

12 pads 48 



$48 00 
3150 

138 00 



240 00 
25 20 



93 04 
1 12 

192 00 



30 36 



63 



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Date. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1890. 
February 28 


Enoch Paine— Continued. 
Auditor's Office— 
Feb. Order No. 262,500 account blanks, ruling 3 

206,200 annual statements, ruling 28 
3 nooks, tax sales, full bound. 


$3 00 
20 

1120 

5 00 

20 

15 00 


$34 60 




Secretary of State— 
Feb. Order No. 264.10 pads 


$0 40 
1 00 




268,25 ** 








1 40 




Bureau of Labor Statistics— 

Feb. Order No. 265, Baling 1,000 blanks, 2 times 

10 pads (1,000) 


$4 00 
40 
80 




20 " (500) 


"70*00 




36th General Assembly— 
Feb. Order No. 265, 70 vols. House bills bound, $1 


March I 


H. W. Bokker— 
36th General Assembly— 
1889. 
Aug. 29, Order No. 89, Bind 800 copies vol. reports, vol. 

2, class 2 


$48 00 

192 00 

21 00 

1 50 

300 

16 50 






bind 1,200 copies vol. reports, 
vol. 2, class 2 






Tipping in 14 plates and erratas, 

1,500 copies each. 21,000 at $1 M. 
Cutting out page list of officers 

Eastern Insane, 1,500 at $1 M. 
Tipping in list of officers. 2 tips, 

EJnsane. 1,500 each, 3,000 at H M 
Folding 4 plates, 44 pages, 1,500 

each, 66.000 at 25c per M 


282 00 

78 50 
28 00 


March 1 


Board Live Stock Commissioners— 
Feb. 20, Order No. 113, Bind 5,000 copies Comm'r's Be- 

Tipping in 500 complimentary 


*73 50 
500 




Canal Commissioners— 
Feb. 20. Order No. 113, Bind 2.000 copies Canal Com- 
missioners' Kept., 40 pp., class 4. . 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners— 
1890. 
Feb. 28, Order No. 115, Bind 500 copies Decis. Petitions 

Chi., Mad. & N. B. R.. 16 pp., 

Bind 500 copies Decisions on 
Complaint Citizens Lansing, 

36th General Assembly- 
Mat. 1, Order No. 117. Bind 300 copies Reports, vol. 4, 

Bind 1,200 copies Reports, vol. 
4, class 1 




March 8 

• 


$2 80 
3 15 


5 95 




$48 00 
192 00 

18 00 
64 05 




Tipping in 12 tables in 1.500 
copies each; total, 18,000 at SI 

Folding 12 tables. 122 pp.. 1,500 
copies each, 183,000 at 3ft c... 

State Board of Charities- 
Mar. 1, Order No. 117, Bind 300 copies County Visitation 


322 05 
' 294 




blanks. 



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1890. 
March 



April 
April 



April 



May 



8 



11 



H. W. Rokker— Continued. 
State Board of Health— _ 

Feb. 26, Order No. 114, Bind 3,500 copies Board of Health Re- 
port, 10th annual, 410 pages, class 4... 

State Board of Agriculture- 
Apr. 2, Order No. 121, Bind 5,000 copies Am. Fat Stock Show 

Report, 264 pages, 4th class 



Enoch Paine— 
Printer Expert- 
Apr. 8, Order No. 270, Ruling 500 letter heads 2 times. 12 00 

5 pads 20 



Bureau of Labor Statistics- 
Apr. 8, Order No. 272,200 blank schedule, ruling 4 times. 



SO 



Secretary of State- 
April 8, Order No. 273, 4,000 blanks (003), 8 times 964 00 

274,100 pads 4 00 

276,10 pads 40 



« f 



State Auditor- 
April 8. Order No. 275,600 blanks— Repts. of condition 

of banks, ruling 10 times 

H. W. Rokker— 
State Board of Agriculture- 
April 2, Order No. 120. Bind 5,000 copies Agr'l Rept.., 

1888,at 18o WOO 00 



296 pp. over 300 pp. in 5,000 cop- 
9 1,480,000 at 
ipping in 12 pla 
In 6,000 copies 65,000 at $1 00 



ies 1,480,000 af So per 100 pp.. 
Tipping in 12 plates and 1 table 



per 1,000 



121. Bind 200 copies 16th Ann. Rept 
State Entomologist, Class 4, 

268 pp 

Tipping in 6 plates. 200 of each, 
totall.Sb, at 81 00 per 1,000.. 

Adjutant General- 
April 24, Order No. — .Bind 600 copies Gen'l Order No. 

5, Class 4, 24 pp 

Auditor P. A — 
April 24, Order No. 124, Bind 1,000 copies Summary of 

Ins., Class 4, 12 pp 

Attorney General- 
March 11, Order No, 118, Bind 25 copies brief Farrell vs. 

The Peo., Class 4. 12 pp 

Bind 25 copies brief Walker vs. 

The Peo., Class 4, 16 pp 

Bind 30 copies brief Green vs. 
The Peo., Class 4, 18 pp 



444 00 

65 00 

18 76 
1 20 



11 
14 
19 



16 



State Board of Agriculture- 
April 2, Order No. 120, Bind 5,000 copies vol. 26 Agr'l 

Rept. 1888. Class 3, at 18c 9900 00 

296 pp. over 800 pp. in 5,000 



copies 1, 480, 000, at 3c per 100 pp. 

Ipping in 12 plates and 1 table 

in 5,000 copies 65,000, at 91 00 



per M. 
May 15, Order No. 126, Bind 5,000 copies Fat Stock Rept. 

1889, Class 4, 202 pp 

Tipping in 3 plates 5,000 each, 
total 15,000, at 91 perM 



444 00 

65 00 

353 50 

15 00 



Board Live Stock Commissioners- 
May 15, Order No. 126, Bind 2.000 copies Live Stock 

Com. Kept 1889, Class 4, 30 pp. 
R. R. and Warehouse Commissioners- 
April 22, Order No. 127, Bind 500 copies Opinion on Pe- 
tition for Rehearing No. 2, 
Class 4, 14 pp 



92 45 



9502 25 

462 00 

220 
1 60 



68 40 
12 00 



1,428 96 
420 
420 



44 



1,777 50 
21 00 



65 



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1890. 



May 



July 



July 



28 



2 



H. W. Rokker— Continued. 

April 22, Order No. 127, Bind 500 copies Opinion on Pe- 
tition for Rehearing No. 8, 

« . „ . Class 4, 22 pp , 8385 

Enoch Paine— - 

Adjutant General- 
April 22, Order No. 277,10,000 blanks. Company Drill, ruling 10 

times 



< « 

4 » 
f • 
< I 



Auditor- 
April 22, Order No. 275, Ruling 17 times (Order 275) 

278.500 Schedules No. 5, ruling 7 times 
279.200ListofCountie- " 2 
279,200 ** " 3 

" 283. 1,000 Blank- No. U, " 3 
284,500 Account Blanks " 3 

284,5 pads 

285, 300 List of Lands book, ruling 12 

times 

' * 285,200 List of Lands book, ruling 8 
times 

Secretary of State- 
April 22. Order No. 280,5 pads (0012) 



88 40 
700 

80 
1 20 
6 00 
300 

20 

720 
320 



Superintendent Public Instruction- 
April 22, Order No. 281,225 Ann. Repts. Condifns of Com. 

Schools- 
Ruling 86 times 838 70 

Binding, 15c each 33 To 

Secretary of State- 
April 22. Order No. 286,10 pads. No. 24. 4 80 40 

288,30pads 120 



Live Stock Commission- 
April 22, Order No. 289,500 letterheads, ruling 2 times. ., 

5 pads 

15 pads (unruled) , 

1,000 vouchers, ruling 8 times. . . 
12 pads 



82 00 

20 

60 

6 00 

48 



Auditor- 
April 22, Order No. 287, Padding 36 pads 6x9i 15 pads 

8^x11. 10 pads 8^x16— 61 pads, 4c 

Ruling pads 2 times 

* • 291,250 Detailed Statements of R. R. 
Property, ruling 13 times 



32 44 
12 00 

6 50 



1 1 

• < 

» < 



H. W. Rokker— 
Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners- 
Mar. 23, Order No. 119, Bind 3,000 copies R. R. & W. 

Com. report, at 18c S5I0 00 

Folding 2,150 K.B. maps. 40 pp.. 

total 86.000, at 3Mc per 100 pp.. 

Tipping in 2,150 R.R. mars, at 

81.00 per 1.000 

Makings cuts and 2 tips correc- 
tions on 3. 000 copies, 15,000, at 

31.00 per 1,000 

Bind 1.000 copies R. R. & W. 
Com. report, Class 4, 258 pp. .. 
' ' Making 3 cuts and 2 tips, correc- 
tion s on 1,000 copies, total 
5,000, at 81.00 per 1,000 5 Oo 

Adjutant General- 
May 19, Order No. 130,Bind 1.000 copies regulations 111. 

Natl. Guards, Class 3. at 18c.. 8180 00 
Making 5 cuts and 4 tips, correc- 
" tions 2 sig. on 1,000 copies, 

9,000, at 81.00 per 1,000 9 00 



30 10 
2 15 

15 00 
90 30 



86 30 
200 00 



37 00 
20 



72 5 



1 60 



928 



20 94 



682 55 



189 00 



—5 S. S. 



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Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1890. 



July 



July 



July 



2 



H. W. Rokker— Continued. 
Auditor Public Accounts- 
June 6, Order No. 138, Bind 1.000 copies Fire Ins. re- 



port. Class 4. 574 pp... 1200 90 

Bind 300 copies Fii e Ins. report, 

CI ss3 5400 

Bind 278 pp. over 300 pp., total 

83,400. at 3c per 100 25 02 



Secretary of State- 
May 3, Order No. 125. Bind 100 copies laws concerning 

Commissioners of Deeds.32 pp.. 
Class 4 ... $11 12 

137. Bind \ 0, 000 copies Election Laws 

State of Ills. , Class 4. 46 pp 161 00 



Attorney General- 
May 16. Order No. 128. Bind 25 copies brief and argu- 
ments, Class 4, 14 pp., Ogaen 



May 19, 



June 2. 



5. 



6. 
10. 



vs. The People. 

129, Bind 25 copies brief and argu- 
ments. Class 4, 12 pp., E. Dun- 
can vs, The People 

181, Bind 30 copies abstracts, class 4, 
192 pp.. People vs. Chas. J. 
Beattie 

132, Bind 30 copies brief and argu- 
ments, Class 4, 20 pp., Nat'l. 
Accident Ass'n. vs. C. W. 
Pavey 

134. Bind 25 copies brief. Class 4. 12 
pp., H. H. Harris vb. The Peo- 
ple 

135, Bind 25 copies brief, Class 4. 10 
pp., Higgms vs. The People .. 

136, Bind 25 copies brief. Class 4. 14 
pp., Wm. W.Langford vs. The 
People 



17 



Bureau of Labor Statistics- 
Order No. 293, 100 Coal Reports, ruling 9 times. 

Live Stock Commission- 
Order No. 295.500 letter heads, ruling 2 times.. 
5 pads, at 4o 



Secre ary of State— 



ry o] 
No. 



Order No. 296, 2 pads (blank 006). 



25 



Superintendent of Public Instruction- 
July 25, Bind 200 copies Proceedings Board of Educa- 
tion, Class 4, 26 pp 



10.13 

11 

2 02 

21 

11 
09 

13 



Enoch Paine— 
Adjutant General- 
Order No. 292,1,000 Inspector's reports, ruling 

11 times «200 

" 294,5,000 company monthly reports, 

ruling9times 90 0C 

1,000 Adjt. Gen'l. monthly re- 
ports, ruling 10 times 20 00 



12 00 
20 



H. W. Rokker— 
Auditor of Public Accounts— 
1890. 
June 6, Order No. 138, Bind 200 copies Fire Ins. Report, 

with Life Ins„ Class 3 836 00 

Bind 278 pp. over 300 pp., total 

55,600, at 3c per 100 16 68 

Bind 1,000 copies Life Ins. Re- 
port, Class 4, 264 pp 92 40 

Bind 500 copies Life Ins. Report, 
ClassS 90 00 



Secretary of State- 
July 25, Bind 100 circular. Bid for Printing and Binding. Class 
4. 6 pp 



8279 92 



162 12 



280 



132 00 
360 

220 
08 



235 08 



1 82 



21 



67 



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1890. 



July 



August 



August 



26 



Enoch Paine— 
Superintendent of Public Instruction— 

Binding 4 books, Reports of Superintendents 
of School*) 



15 



29 



Governor's office- 
Order No. 297,600 account blanks, ruling 3 times. 
5 pads 



Auditor- 
Order No. 307,5,000 letter heads, ruling 2 times. 
lOOpaiJs 



Supe intend ent of Public Instruction- 
Order No. 308,48 tubes, at 10c 



State Library— 
Order No. 306, Padding 50 pads. 

Secretary of State- 
Order No. 309, Padding 10 pads. 



93 00 
20 



Secretary of State— 

Order No. 299,200 blank sheets, ruling 4 times 91 60 

2 pads 08 

303, 500 li brary return checks for books, 5 pads 20 

305,5 pads 20 

306,5 pads 20 

5 pads 20 



36th General Assembly- 
Order No. 301, 2<H) Senate blanks No. 1. ruling 3 times .... 81 20 

2pads 08 

liH) Senate blanks No. 2, ruling .* times .... 1 20 

1 pad U4 

304,200 House blanks, ruling 3 times 1 20 

2pads 08 

Auditor- 
Order No. 298,200 Auditor's form No. 12, ruling -heet No. 

1 9times » 93 60 

200 Auditor's form No. 12. ruling sheet No. 

2 lOtimes 4 00 

200 Auditor's form No. 12, ruling sheet No. 

3 3 times 1 20 

200 Auditor's form No. 12, nil ng sheet N >. 

4 3ttra*s 1 20 

200 Auditor's form No. 12. ruling sheet No. 

5 7 times 2 80 

Binding 200 books, each 6c 12 00 

Printer Expert- 
Order No. 302, B nding 6 books 34 Russia, £3.50 each 921 00 

Perforating 3 00 



920 00 
4 00 



H. W. Rokker— 
36th General Assembly— 
1890. 
Aug. 26, Order No. 140, To bind 6,500 copies Laws of Illinois. 

special session, 14 pp.. Glass 4 

Auditor of Public Accounts— 
Aug. 26, Order No. 141. To bind 2.000 copies Statement of As- 
sessed Property, 1890, Class 4, 48 pp — 



914 00 



320 



248 



380 



24 80 

24 00 

24 00 
4 80 

200 

40 



31 85 



83 60 



APPROPRIATION FOB HEATING. 



Oct. 1.1890. Amount unexpended IH.6JW til 



Date. 


i,.«,. 


A».u». 


1889. 


30 

:a 
31 

a 

7 


Blakesley & Co.— 


«»*. 


January 
January 


E. C. DeFreltas— 

HuuIIdk olndBra, AH days 3 men and team. December 
Hauling finders, 8 days, 2 men and team, January — 

I. N. Pearson, Secretary of State— 
Par-roll, true. mo., ending Jan. 31. 1H89- 


res 02 

« W 

£j to 
.£' M 

'! ' 
/■' 1- 

:■: •- 
;t :. 
■:: .. 

.T i. 

.-. ■. 
■m .. 
r. r. 
;. i. 
37 43 
-•7 ri 

':- '." 
,i ■'. 


8GB 










































































































H. Broatly. 8 days, labore 
















S. B. Turner— 




straw 




Siirlngfleld Junction Coal Co.— 

saw/it tons coal delivered in January, a 

8. P. Laktn- 


















J. M. Brown— 






I. N, Pearson. fi<vrotary of State- 
Pa y-rt J T.r ii >.i.ih ■! February. 1»8>- 




%!(■• i. 

W H 

* « 

■•■ * 

Jl K) 
M).0 






























































W. L. Daviw. •■ 







69 



E 



Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 




1889. 
February 28 



-. bruary 28 



March 
March 



April 
April 
April 



April 



April 



2 
SO 



81 



5 



I. 



N. Pearson. Secretary of State— Continnrd. 

J no. Highfleld, laborer 

Geo. Rollins. " 

Chas. A.Ricks. " 

E. P. Wright. " 

Taylor Rollins. " 

John Merrick, * * 

Henry Broady, ' * 

S. B. Turner, weigher 



850 (H) 
5i> 00 
50 oo 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
60 00 



E. C. DeFreitas— 

Jan. 80. 1 day, team and man. 18.50; 1 man, 91.75 . 
8 days, team and man, and 9 days man 



85 25 
36 74 



Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For 468"/ss tons coal furnished in Feb., 1889, at 81.35. 



E. C. DeFreitas— 

Hauling <* nders at heating dept.. 2 men and 1 team,, 6)6 days 
to March 27,1889. at 85.25 per day 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary of State- 
Pay-roll for month of March, 1889— 
A. Walker, engineer $100 00 



Jno. Weittics, assistant engineer. 
C. L. Shinkle. 
Hugh Flannigan, laborer. 
John Goodwin, 



Joseph Veara, 

M. J. Murray, " *. 

Lemuel Morgan, • * 

W. L. Davis. " 

John Highfleld, " 

Taylor Rollins, ** 

C. A.Ricks. " 

E. P. Wright, " 

Goo. Rollins, " 

John Merrick, " 

Henry Broaddy, " 

A. C. Gilman, " 

S. B. Turner, weigher 

Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

378 10 /*a tons coal delivered in March, 1889, at 81 .35. 



60 00 
60 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
60 00 



Lemuel Morgan— 

For 3 days service as laborer at heating department 

John Highfleld— 

6 days service at heating department 



W. L. Davies— 

7 days service as laborer at heating department. 

! John Goodwin— 
29 6 days service as laborer at heating department. 

M. J. Murray— 

6 days service as laborer at heating department. 



E. C. DeFrietas— 

Hauling cinders 4 days, team and 1 man in April '89 



80 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary of State- 
Pay-roll for month of April. 1889: 
Andrew Walker, engineer 8100 00 



laborer. 



John Wietties, assistant engineer. 

C.L. Shinkle, 

A. C. Gilman, 

Hugh Flannigan, 

Joseph Veara, 

Chas. A. Ricks, 

Taylor Rollins, 

John Merrick, 

Geo. Rollins. 

Henry Broady, 

8. B. Turner, weigher. 



• « 
« < 
< < 

« * 



60 00 
60 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
60 00 



8980 00 

41 99 
632 39 

34 13 



980 00 
511 22 

5 00 

10 00 

J 

1167 

10 00 

10 00 

21 00 



680 00 



D 



70 



Appropriation for Heatings-Continued. 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



May 

Juno 
June 
June 

July 



1889. 



July 



July 



July 
July 



July 



1 

4 

14 



11 
15 



17 



Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For coal delivered during month of April, 1889— ISO* 1 /** tons at 
•1.35 

0. F. 8tebbins— 

Apr. 20, 1001b cotton waste 



Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For 96 6 /» tons coal furnished during month of May, 1889 at $1.85 

Crane Bros. MTg. Co.— 

1 No. 3 smith 8 vise $25, less 45 percent 



W. B. K bele— 

1889. 

June 5.54 ft. 1-inch pipe, 10c. 

50 ft. H " 9c. 

12 1-inchcostello20c. 

6 54-inch " 15o.. 



95 40 

450 

2 40 

90 



30 per cent off. 



$13 20 
396 



10,141- inch sock shield radiator valve?, 

$5.25 

14 %-inuh sock -hie Id radia or valves, 



99 24 



$4.25. 



$73 50 
59 50 



40 per oent off. 



$133 00 
53 20 



3 3-inoh globe valves, $16.75 §50 25 

40 per cent off. 20 10 



79 80 
90 15 



June 18, 2 2%-inch bushings. 60 

2 2- inch plugs, 40 

2 IVincfi plugs, 90 

21&-inch plugs. 20 

12 1-inch flange unions, 85 

12 H -inch flange unions, 70 

3 16-inch bomb water colm, $4.50 



$120 
80 
60 
40 

10 20 
8 40 

13 50 



80 per oent. off 



$35 10 
10 53 



21 67 



Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For 125 n /« tons coal furnished during month of June, 1889, at 
$1.35 per ton 



Springfield Water Works— 

1,831,772 gallons at 14c per 1,000 gallons. 

Zimmerman & Prouty — 

June 21, 5 gal. asphaltum, $1.50 



1 gal. oil, 65; 4 lb red lead. 40. .. 
1 id lnd. led, 80; brushes, $1.45. 



$7 50 
1 05 
175 



Geo. S. Connelly & Co.— 
5 gals, oil 



D. A. Stuart & Co.— 

Jan. 8, 2 i>bls. valve cylinder oil, 102 gals., at 55c. . 

2 bbls. sperm machine oil, 106 gals., at 35c. 

Feb. 26, 100 lb No. 2 hub compd.. 15 



$56 10 
37 10 
15 00 



Richard Beet— 
1889. 

April itf, For 2 R. R. barrows 

June 11, For 3 boxes 4 utt's pomade 



$3 00 
30 



$244 13 

10 00 

129 87 

13 75 



143 76 
169 34 
256 45 



10 90 
90 



108 20 



330 



Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 



Wate. 


m.. 






noooo 

WOO 

till III 
!;hi hi 
if/ -v. 
60 iX 

atius 


Amount. 


1889- 


31 

3 

27 
SI 

2 

4 

13 
24 

30 


I. N. Pea-eon, See'y State- 
Pay roll lor month or July. 1R89- 
































































AugUBt 


Sprlng. -TuQct. Coal Co.— 

For 26V» tons coal furnished duriDB month of July, 1889 


1506 00 




Crane Bros. Mfg. Co.— 

For expresaage prepaid on 1 vise tor heating 

D. A. Btuart & Co.— 








August 








Pi (rust. 1W- 






(75 * 

7.. > 
*>■. 
..■ » 
■-■■< 
VI « 
'".' '" 

us 

1 39 


















































































September 


W. & J. S. Ruclcel- 






B30 00 










September 
September 


Henry De Prates— 






a (i7 


C. Freitae— 

For hauling 4 loads tools, Pipes, &o., 


from 


boiler-house to 




September 


Bpringflel ' Junction Coal Co.— 

For %!*/« tons coal furnished during month of August, 


1R89, at 




September 


0. Hanratty- 
188). 




%■'■ I« 
430 

6 11 

HI « 
.'.SOU 
t U 

Wl 1? 
41 U 

11 85 

1 .».' 
1 * 


*4 19 

44 S) 

3 86 

175 M 

75 00 
60 nil 
1M in 

so no 




" li.6 1-ln. •' •• Tlo 








" 17.5 (i 1 . ir l ply Standard hose 
steam '.-•-. t 


•/y . 






Total... 
















t wlrt! boseband».2'« 






September 


I. N. Pearson. Secretary of State- 
Pay-roll tor month of September. 1889— 




53 63 











































Appropriation for Heating 1 — Continued. 



Date. 


«« 


Amount. 


1889. 
September 30 


[. N. Pearson. Secn-Mry o( State—' imfinunt, 


3M0D 
.VI . 
Vl ■■ 

90-" 
■* 

tinih n* 
















Ootober 7 


Geo. 8. Connelly ft Co - 


(539 00 




Licjit.13,1 Du ket .,, 




October 9 


Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For I'll 1 !-, ton^ (■■ n. fur:i.- 1 .■■■! uihI-t ■■ 'Ulracl during "> 


200 


October 9 


D. A. Stuart- 




Ootobor 19 


John C 1 An ■ :■ - 
IUV, 
July 30o; dr^pning plpp tongn. 31.00 
iuM<llog3vfu. pipe and mak- 


fl 30 

1 .'■ 
1 * 

a 

• 

■ 

33 

3 > 

i ii 
a 

■i 

35 

.. L 
&. 
1 I 

33 
ii 

:■ 
i' 

4 

1 ... 
1 ■■ 
1 f 
Ml 

an 

ST.", IB 

:.-, in 
mi no 

en IK 
5H in 

,-.n .« 
mi if 
cu oo 

SI 2 75 
.', ■£' 

month 






«.aOc. 60o;32Vln. flu«s,S5c; 1 

Aug. nioo 

Wo:SMu.oll«.7e.2lo. 

V,30e;i;-<-:o bn->ii!i*P.Jc S-V 
Asp. $wc:6l-ln. plugs, So. Use... 






-». bored lur pti>» aod drlll-jil 
t ii rli -ir u:in •Irl :ig rim: h.> •■ In old Manui- 
IT P ■ i'uiifari : w 1 : i u : a.-.- mi.l ..rwp.r 






l*Vta- ■■».*'«:.'■** ».;■». 3«»- in. lung. ».l* 






" SJ.Iivm ell 






1 n< Ji-ln Purity packing 






il-ln. t.-fs. !«■. iDr:i>H-lii. lilugg, 3.-. 18c 


















■ 2.V. V.n l.il-:nl:g. 1- ..'."■, -^ lushing* -j:-.- Ii 
■ >:>',■ -3 -1 'II Ii m|, If |-|,| Ml' ,'n.w 




























October 31 


I. N of State- 
Pi >etober. 1889: 


33 <M 












































Nov. <i 


E. B. Seward— 

Hauling cinders frum fixating ilf-iiarliuciit, at 93 


530 Ml 


Nov. 8 


Springfield Juncr. Coll Co.— 

For 8. Ml bush. 31214 tons of coal furnished during 


IS 00 




Blakesley ft Co.— 













Appropriation for Heating 1 —- Continued. 



Date. 


i,.™. 


Amount. 


1889. 


20 
27 
30 

3 

6 
17 


J. H. Schuofc & Son— 




to 90 
90 














H. M Buck & Co.- 




si so- 




Lt te- 
Pi lovnmber. iw»— 




P.1M 
? y 
... 00 

«o -j 

> ■-) 

•,u V 
.VI 0.1 

^ ■■ 

I." «l 

> "'.; 














































































D. Simp on— 




iao 67 




0. Bannitty— 
1889. 
Jan. 21. repairing kss p.iiu.-es mid p' !■'"-- 




."■ 

11 "J 
i 3. 
1 ." 
16 

1 ■>'. 
66 

Hf. » 

rs 

36 

3 ja 
n 67 

1 67 

month 














Etspairin« water anil ««- pipe— 

Aug. 16. repulrint k«" rru'-i ^ hours. 5"ic 

Oct. 1. 2 1M in. brans hune nipples. TBo 

" HIK str.-el.01 

60% off. 

Oat. 17, 1 presaiir- reguktor 

OoL 24, SXteea. lie .... 


I" ft 

S* M 
391 

fri *i 

1 JO 

j „. 
*i 

3 (7 
during 


3 IS 




1 doz. brass pillars. 

" 26, i )4 in. . ..: ■ .'.'v.-.. T— ■ 










December 
December 


Geo. S. Connolly A Co.— 

6 ml. oil. 90c. 20 Ivory soap. 11.67 

20 Grandpa soap 

Bprlngfletd Jnnnt Coal Co.— 

For 2>r) u /n tons coal furnished under contract 


37 36 

t 21 




B. H. Ferguson- 




K :; 
l .vi 
-;' 
76 














The Champion Flue Scraper Co.— 




600 



Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 



Date. 


i»™. 


Amount. 


1889. 
December 31 


1.1 >f State— 
P member, 1889— 


375 oo 
75 00 

m in) 

6fl IK 
.',!■ "1 
511 IV 
.ill 01 
50 00 
50 ill 
6U 10 
ft' 00 




















































IB90. 
January 6 


Kprlngfleld Junction Coal Co.— 

For Wl-'.i;. lout con] fiiniiflhcil Jiirinir month of Decem- 


3680 00 




Zlmmerman & Prouty— 
1889. 


70 

:■ 

HM 

« 

^, 

< ■» 

■J 

V 
£ 

:■ 

49 
1 <0 

60- 
Oh 
■JO 

s 0( 
r 

1 r. 

■ • 

i ■■? 
■.o 
»n 
X> 

X 

:, ts 

i $■ 

3126 95 
lil :■ 
IIS *S 

375 00 

75 00 
ISO 0' 
W I". 

:>o i.K 

51) III 
5(1 Oft 
50 00 

50 00 






















January 6 


Jot 

« -. 4 i- In. pump 
























•p.2 wrututh!MfM>ft.2Sc 

JO. t i ... . i ■. -■ 






- plug.*i. 33 ft- Sin 38 












IB -teel pins and braes 
ei In nonowtlonB ... . 
). nipple. 3c 

Ins "'•■■■I valve stem, 
■ aire (fata and puttlne 
■■■!■•■ and lacing ping 








































January 24 
January 31 


forBln. pipe and drlll- 

Sprlmrfleld Water Work*- 

Dot 31. For m.aM It. or 906. 788 gals, at Uc per M 

Nov.30, Forllfi.ffiOiL. orS-9.iiliJ K ftla. at 14c perM 

Dec. 81. For 113.500 ft. or 819,110 gals, at He per M 
Used at state eapitol as po : meter. 

I. H. ~ " eretary of Btate— 
Pay lib of January. W90- 

¥. iclneer 


367 GT 














































Jc " 





Appropriation for Heating — Continued. 



Data. 


it.™. 


Amount 


1890. 


ai 

8 
28 

10 
17 

zs 

28 
31 


[. N. Pearson. Secretary of Statu— Continued. 




$50 oo 

23 31 
60 00 

per ton 












February 


8. B. Turner, weigher 

Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

For 353 1( /k tons coal furnished under contrast at 11.36 


(70S S3 


February 


0. Hanratty— 
Botior Room— 
1889. 


1 60 
1 12 
85 

18 

K! 
Hi 

so 

12 

III 59 
5 79 

tw 


ts 80 
48 75 

(10 50 
300 

»75 m 
;.'. ■• 
•.: ■« 
,. .., 

.'.!■ -k 

.*• •• 

ji • 
., .. 

.. r 
50 WJ 

SO M 

1160 00 
t 15 

4 70 
t dor- 






















Jan. 2S, 2 1 Id. bushings 9c 












41* ft M lo galv. iron pipe. S'^c. ... 










February 


1 66 gaL boile. with copper coll and 

E. B. Seward— 

For hauling cinders SS4 days, self and team, a 


54 55 




15 .tc ■ 
Pi February. 1890- 




13 50 




























































































Wm. Drake— 
1889. 




790 00 




" 15, To 8 ft 6 In. pipe, labor and nipple 
Deo. 14, To extra work. 1 DO'/.K 197 Id., at 5c 






March 


Springfield Junction Coal Co.— 

10,876 bushel-. 4357a tons coal furnished und 
Ing month or February, 18S0, attl.35 per to 

The conaolldated Tank Line Co.— 




179 20 












Blakesley & Co.— 




(55 00 
1 00 

»75 
200 

80 

S75 00 

To 00 














J. M. Blppey- 

1889. 




54 00 




1890. 






March 


I. N. Pearson, Sec'y State - 
Pay-roll for month of March. 1890- 




355 



Appropriation for Heating — Continued. 



Springfield 



Water Works— 



Meh. SI, 3 H i . 1-1O ft. 
I. N. Pe»-""" «■ «-»*' 



t State Capitol during quarter t 

i r 87(1.278 gals., at Ho nor H 

>r7M,]lll 

>r823.m ■' ■' " 



»y-roll •■-- Tn.-nth of April. 1890- 

F. N. Burt, .■■■uln—r. ... 

Frank Barren, oninneer 

John i\ - -■ ■ • .i ■ .i -i.i- i i i v-' ■ ■ 

Jacob Murker. " 

C. A. Kirks, laborer ...... 

Henry liinaiMy. "" , 

W. L. Davtra, " 

H. OfrrtonhnmL 1 . " 

Jno. Hignr.Hd. •■ 

Jno.MsrMck. " 

Win. Kipling. 



S.B. Turner, weigher 

SrirlTigflukl .li. i .->n C.oM Co.— 

5, 2.u« bn-h.. 91" 
mouth o( Apt 

John Merrick - 
Iti For servioea at heating dept. from Marl 
! S50 per month 

John C. Lamb— 



i date. H month, f 



ii- ■•!/ I (■■->■ ruf Urc; .ii liarr.-w wh«-- 



111'. :..l,-'Ci ih:. .11 ,-I.J -rtT 

' U. : f:i : .n Ml'-. 17 It u 'u.l'n.- 

.'. -V.-IKS-. nv . :< -v I <.-.12o 

' 16,18 ». In w»:.-r jla-." washers 

' 16.3 H>3-io b"li« an-1 washfrn 

ill. II :■*:'■-■. g Ip:pI >■■ ! ■' 
' \Z ■ .■■.«■(. K-.H (.![!••. INfl II 111. .Jo. 

). 4.1 S"i-lo. km srn-w ari'l nul 

R.Mnkirw b i wheel for Be cher d'HI. ... . ... 

' 12 3 1 hi rr.al :■■■".. IlK 30c; 1 1 in. bushing. Ho .. 

3 tinmt-io, niinlB. 

' U.UH m- -'I*. ■'«■- ■>"<• ■ itH'-n t«»-s. 7r.. Bit. ... , 

5 >, In tij-hiiigi. Sic: No < \).»iln [purity 
Ik-is.. «m_ N *' 

1 length, 16 ft. H-ln. ,.»i>».^c 

' 16. 1 t> in |>ip» plug isp-n lal) ... ... 

' 17. w ■,iii, h -'-i,k-. i l-air. tunica -- 

I: •■•' ^,k -i' - M«ili-« 
' l:«.2JiJ.in buitjuiw. .'*,-.. (I. 00; 1 



■ P.2iW-i-lr bu«hin ( pi. i *n c 



' - I .. (.„... , ... (..[.- I- I. :-.. 

r l.(*i.iiiiig . !T i>i:il ll.ri-Hilln,,' :i lr rii|u. ... 

' 3 : .'- 'i :!ui:^ ..ii. ■:>. ■-■--.:. . .;> :.j:.'..,K.J> 
:'.!■■ ji.c :.ff hi ■'. 'hrna.lln^ . ? it. ; ;:•- 
7.1 61n. special ell for water 



Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 



Date. 


a. 


Amount 


May 


1890. 


19 
23 
31 

3 


John C. Lamb— Continued. 














" ]R, Drilling am. :^?>-wi.a^ < ." i'ii"> 

" 27.BJxK-in rivi*. IJo . 1 >ln.selw;rew.ll).. 


a 
a 






^' 12,1 lentil. 1 ii ;...-. UK ( In . :* 


i ■' 






0. Han ratty- 




ma 










May 


Less 60?i 

L Utate- 
■Y. 1B9D- 


i « 

woo 
1 oe 

W (K 


4 56 


























































Samuel N. Brown— 

For freight and drayage on 1 bbLoll 




63(1 OH 
1 « 



I Repairing root at heating department 

9 Sprlngfli'ld Junction Coal Co— 

For lw'Vu ton» coal furnished under contract during i 

of May, at 31.35 par ton 

WI. N. Pearson. Secretary of State— 



aunt. ungii • -• . 



John Wl.-riw.' 

Jacob Mk- .■ -. 

C A. Rlc.s. lali.fr 

H. offdi'i .■.ii.;. 

mo. HiahrMd. " . 



a w 



5 J. C. Ball- 
Jan. 33. 5 gaL OIL... 
Feb. SO. 5 " ■' ... 



Appropriation tor Heating— Continued. 



James L. Hudson— 

July 1 Ool 1, stapl-a .. . ., 

" 24. >* <tf>7. Puts pomade 

Deo. 3. 1 <rro. W So. 10 msreirit ... 

14, 1 it- 7.. Puts p made 

■ «. 2 s... 2 L H rnisbolro shovel* 

Jan. 10 II IB %%v, oval iron 

Feb. 13. H quire emery paper 

Mar. H. 1 norew pulley 

Apr. 14. 1 wheelbarrow ... .. 

I ultra barrow wbeel 

8 boxes Puts pomade 



*i |-'i:*n-.l Wa' ■■ «'•'■■■ ! 



June. 97.010 ft., or W>,6X> " 

O. Hanratry- 

Julv IS. liw f- Mr. Iron pipe. lU-io. . 
HS ft. K-lD -r Tbe.... 



August 23 



H. Pearson. Boo'y Btate— 

Par roll for month of July. 1890— 

r. K. Burr, engineer *75 I 

Chae. 8, Whitney, engineer. .. 

MBUtant <--"- 

lahorer. 



. . Ricks. 

H.Uffilwrkamp. 

Jl.SO llulil'fkf 



K. ■ «->■••.- ■.:::■., -i-: ■■■ S:„i.- ripit,,; in Apr... Ma-, and 
Ju- o. lffln- 

Aprfl. luS.OOOft.. or J70.*2 sals, at 140 per IT... H07 93 

May. 98.'"* " 



Less 30 percent. 
July 13, 3 1&X1W bushings. 17c 



John C. Tamil— 
1890. 

May :. > f .if h.-1ii vfi.o. .1 v . »i *< 

a.ZSj-in A U n.'ibP v» v .w, . 2i: 



,. (r. -..i.pl:nBS.8o 

i -j-id. A. O el be valve "..".'".'".WW". 

aVfi-Aoi 1 r.lon*. 40i> ; 1 lii In l>i»nh:(ui. •« 
3.4U ftor lOird of H- in. ruhu-'r backed packing, 



pings Ho.: 1 k-ici .vip.2>- 
■in Eareka_pMkln ■ 
. ... Knifiii.-.'i!.- Fbv,.-i. 
12.2 VlD.maT-ll*.6c. ■{ -•:! 

1 ~, In t. e > .1 vln.i-ap.; 

I Is-to. reiiucBf.*-: 1 V, u.. -■ .;»ni iwk. lie. .. 
■■ l&rti'.Uiig *r.: ' ir.s ■■ pi. ■ :,ii;i -h ::h .: ■ .|.~ 

" 18,6 llu. pluan, IBe.: I Hid. plugs. MO. ... 

lH-ln.pluB.ij . Mir re.:j.-»r.8o 

1 J-io. A. 1) itluliti valvv 

G I -in. B. a:nJ I. ^e. upline*, v 

" JS. V TBlr.tf. ti:r t. ir.if aii.l •■■iradipg Hl'.fl Pull 

■ ai.iJ..|.<-.i- .-f .ii e-v .doth.. ..* 

July 1.2 ilt> of sheet rubber parking 

■' w k.i.i i... i.i,. ■ n^d, rs. 



a*-lii. I" 



Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 






The Elllthnnn- Air Araks O. - 

™ 2 rubber* for oaoucv '•lr/-'-r; 

3 Bet 6 valve lna,l here, ai&i 



Par roll 

F. N. Burt, engineer 

Chaa. D Wbliney. englncr 
John Wli'tlen. acni uiurlDc. . 
Jacob Marker. "" 

C. A. Rlrks. laborer . 

H. OtrcltT.kuoip. laborer 

John B --i.i_--i.i_ laborer 

In. Kipling, laborer 

8. B. Turnor. weigher 



September 

Sep! ember 



tt«P timber 
September 



1 btil. boiler compound, 5101b, at 11 

William Drake— 

Aug. 18, To sheet nx_4MX*ru flange 
To drayage on sheet to 



'oS2 ft. 4-ln. fluoi. atsao, and as oft. ... . .. 

'o repairs, time, 1B5 1, hm.. at Wo 

'o -0 hrs.. at am.. 118; 62(4 bra . at_Oo. tlo SO 
'o 80tti«-in.rivot_,6a.,*l.80; oandlec £,■ . 



Hprl_B_elri Junction Coal Co.— 

For 113 IB /_. tonscoal. furnished during August, under 
atll.36 

John C. Lamb- 
Hav 24.4 %xU inch bolts, _M. 

' 27.4 pieces sheet iron ■-. ::. : hic-k. I In. holes drillei 

June 11, 4 1 Inch bolls 31 inobew long.Wo... 

July 28,124 inch olroular grate 

114 '■ - r 

" SO.lateelturned boltfor <:li valor . 

Hay 10.1*4 pounds of )s ineb purity pa.' king. 60c 



1 barrel oil ,, 



Star Lubricating Oil Work 



September 3 



80 
Appropriation for Heating— Continued. 



REPAIRS TO HEATING DEPARTMENT. 



Jan. 15. 1889. balance on hand. . , 



Data. 


«™ 


Amount. 


1889. 

February 2 


W. C. Klbele- 

1888. 
Dec. 28. Repairing pump in baeement. 

1889. 
Jan. 2, 82 awing brackets. *1. 50 




« Ed 

900 
48 

8? > 
1 20 

1 MO 

3 •-> 
10 

2-"- 
3t 
1 61 

112 00 

:. » 

;': J" 
10 00 

12 ;■ 

<W 

W 
1 ■» 

■! 7- 
1 > 
M. 

75 

1 ?■ 
7i 

J .--1 

T 

' 

RM1 




81200 






" 8. 8 W ooupllnt[s.SOc:S ti bashine 












March 1 


John C. Lamb- 
Jan. ID, 4U l» Smoky City pacilnR. 75o 
2 It Round rubber i>i* ki:.u ■■!>■ 
" IS, llXslobe valve 81 70; 1 <*■ In. « 
" 18. Repairing: boiler hi inn. niacin 




til 5B 








:. welding and 






" 28, Miiohinist— drill Id «. tupplOK and potting Meal 












iprll « 


Fob. lS.Ploolng. welding and n.wh!a.l.Hn boiler hoe . 
W. C. Klbel<>- 

Feb. 11. Connecting- wash -uu><t: 1 3 hole marbln slab... 


1 ( 1 (j 










July < 


John 0. Lamb- 
June 3, 3 dressing- ohlae's and making 

6. Halting loi pine hangers 

' ' 10. Cutting otT and threading *■ :ii 
" 11, 13- In. nlng,aso;;13.|n..30c.ao 

BlalieHljiCo.— 


! .i ■.■!'■■ '■ '.;?.■ 


15 00 
















■■■-{ .: I i|- !*• 


















and drilled for 
















July 


- and plate*... 


3392 

07 60 



D 



82 



Repairs to Heating— Continued. 




July 



1889. 



August 



August 



August 



15 



81 



W. C. KIbele— 

July 5, 100ft. lfc-in. pipe, 16c 815 00 

60 ft. l-in. ripe, l2o 6 oo 

50 ft. «-in. pipe. 100 5 00 

181M-in. flange unions, 81 18 00 

18l£-ells. 25o 4 50 

12 1-In. ells. 20o 2 40 

121K-intees,35o 4 20 

855 10 

SO per oentoff 16 53 

H. C. Irwin & Co.— 

June 28.2 loads sand, 83.50: 2 bbls. lime, 82.20 85 70 

lbbl. cement, 81. 10; 4 bus. fire clay, 84 5 10 

800 hard brick at 86 per thousand 4 80 

Tojour. 5 days at 88.50 17 50 

To ^ab. 5 days at 81.75, 88.75; hauling, 50o 9 25 

July 3,865 flie brick at 88.50 30 27 

The Springfield Iron Co.— 

For 5 pieces old lail 5 ft., 420 lb, at 82 89 40 

Drayage 50 

William Drake— 

Repali s on tank on boiler house, labor, drayage, etc 



838 57 



72 62 

990 
249 22 



83 



D 



EXPRESSAGE AND POSTAGE. 



Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 §2.400 00 

Amount expended from July 1, 1889, to September 30, 1890 1, 118 27 

October 1, 1890, Amount unexpended $1,281 78 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 



July 
July 
July 

August 

August 



16 



14 



August 


14 


August 


14 


August 


14 


August 


17 


September 


2 


September 


4 


September 


6 


October 


1 


October 


1 


October 


1 


November 


4 



American Express Co— 

For expressage during month of June, 1889 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of June, 1889 

United States Express Co.— 

For expresage during months or May and June, 1889, Sec'y 
State's office 

American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of July, 1889, Sec'y State's 
office 

The United States Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of July, 1889, Auditor's 

office 825 20 

For expressage during month of July, 1889, Sec'y 

State's office 12 G7 



Adams Express Co.— 

For expressase during month of July, 1889, Auditors office... 

Adams Express Co. 

For expressage during month of July. 1889, Sec'y State's office 

American Exprees Co.— 

For expressage during month of July, 1889, Auditor's office.. . . 

H. W. Clendenin— 

For postage stamps furnished Sec'y of State 



Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Aug., 18S9, Sec'y State's office 

American Express Co. 

For transportation during month of Aug., 1889, Sec'y State's 
office 

United States Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Aug., 1839, Sec'y State's office 

American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Sept., 1889, Sec'y State's office 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Sept., 1889, Sec'y State's office 

United States Express Co.— • 

For expressage during month of Sept, 1889, Sec'y State's office 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Oct, 1889, Sec'y State's office 



889 29 
39289 

51 83 

23 10 



37 87 


26 00 


2 01 


26 74 


100 00 


16 35 


42 40 


27 65 


14 44 


4 92 


13 80 


4 43 



D 



84 



Expressage and Postage — Continued. 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 
November 4 

November 14 



December S 

1890. 
January 2 



January 3 

January 8 

January 17 

February 3 

February 3 

March 3 

March 3 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage, during month of Oct., 1889, Sec'y State's offloe.. 

J. W. Barrett— 

For postage due on election returns and official matter for 
Sec'y State's office to date 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Nov., 1889, Sec'y State's offloe 

American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Dec., 1889. Sec'y of State 



Adams Express Co. 

For expressage and postage during Dec., 1889 Sec'y of State.. 

H. W. Clendenin— 

For 500 10c postage stamps for Sec'y of State 



United Stttes Express Co.— 

Transportation furnished for months of Oct., Nov., and Dec, 
1889. Sec'y or State's office 



Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage furnished for month of Jan., 1890. Secretary of 
State s office 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Jan., 1890, Secretary of State's 
office 



Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Feb., 1890. Secretary of State's 
office 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of Feb., 1890, Secretary of State's 
office 



April 


2 


April \ 


3 


May 


1 


May 


o 

id 


May 


6 


June 


4 


June 


5 


July 


3 


July 


10 


July 


14 


August 


1 


August 


t 



Adams Express Co.— 

For transportation furnished during March. 1890 . 

American Express Co.— 

For transportation furnished during March, 1890. 



The United States Express Co.— 

Transportation for months of Jan. and Feb , 1890 . 

American Express Co.— 

Transpoi tation for month of April, 1890 



The Pacific Express Co.— 

Transportation for month of April, 1890 

Adams Express Co. 

For expressage during months of April and May, 1890. 

American Express Co.— 

For transportation during month of May. 1890 

Adams Express Co.— 

For transportation for month of June, 1890 

American Express Co.— 

For expres age during month of June, 1890 

The United States Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of June, 1890 

Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of July, 1890 



American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of July, 1890 



97 64 

14 25 
364 

23 75 
6 75 

50 00 

25 52 
32 98 
94 67 

14 30 

41 40 
1 98 

5 42 
96 54 

535 
9 41 

15 10 
15 55 
17 00 
48 05 
44 20 

6 09 
498 



85 



D 



Expresaage and Postage — Continued. 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount 


1889. 
September 4 


The United States Express Co.— 

For exoressage during month of August. 1890 


$5 81 


September 4 


Adams Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of August. 1890 


4 00 


September 4 


American Express Co.— 

For expressage during month of August. 1890 


3 17 









D 



86 



SALARY ASSISTANT LIBRARIAN. 



JatL 16, 1889— Balance on hand 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891. 



Total 



Amount paid Miss E. H. Selby, Assistant Librarian, from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept. 
80,1890 



Oct 1, 1890— Amount unexpended 



$116 12 

2.000 00 



92.416 12 
1,666 12 



$750 00 



APPROPRIATION FOR SALARY OF STENOGRAPHER AND 

TYPEWRITER. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1,1891, 



Total- 

Amount paid Miss Jennie Robinson, stenographer and type writer, from Jan. 15, 
1889, to Sept 30, 1890 



Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unexpended 



9969 90 
2,000 00 



12.369 90 
1.619 90 



9750 00 



COPYING LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891. 



Total 

Amount paid Thos. M. Brown, contractor. 



Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unexpended 



9323 33 
600 00 



9923 33 
474 76 



9448 57 



DISTRIBUTING LAWS, JOURNALS, ETC. 



Jan. 15, 188U— Balance on hand 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891. 



Total 

Amount paid to A. H. Magie. contractor 9395 00 

Oct. 1, 1889— Amount lapsed into State Treasury 120 00 



Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unexpended. 



9305 00 
500 00 



98U5 00 
515 00 



9290 00 



87 



D 



APPROPRIATION FOR LIGHTING. 



January 16, 1889.— Balance on hand 33, 560 79 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 8,000 00 

Total $11.560 79 

Amount expended from January 15, 1889, to September SO, 1890 6, 647 90 

Oct. 1, 1890.— Amount unexpended $4,912 89 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount 



1889. 
February 



March 



March 



April 



April 
May 



May 



July 



15 



12 



20 



Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Gas furnished in January, 1889: 

Basement floor 9272 85 

Legislative " 49 05 

Main " 185 40 

Tunnel and boiler-house ' 67 05 

Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Gas lurnished for February. 1889: 

Basement floor $206 35 

Legislative " 60 60 

Mai* " 119 55 

Tunnel and boiler-house 59 25 

Springfield Steam Supply and Electric Light Co.— 
For electric light in January. 1889: 

3 lights, 81 nights 887 20 

42 *• 24^' 408 20 

For electric light in February, 1889: 

87 lights, 28 nights 414 40 

8 " 11 " 1320 

4 " 10 " 16 00 

1 " 8 " 320 

Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Gas furnished during March, 1889: 

Basement $192 90 

Legislative floor 53 70 

Main " 88 05 

Tunnel and boiler-house 52 20 

Springfield Steam Supply and Electric Light Co.— 
For electric light in March, 1889: 
30 lights for 31 nights 

Springfield Gas Light Co — 
Gas furnished during April 1889: 

Basement $177 45 

Tunuel and boiler-house * 53 85 

Main floor 83 25 

Legislative floor 41 55 

Springfield Steam Supply and Electric Light Co.— 

For electric light furnished during April, 30 lights, 30 nights at 40c 

8pringfleld Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during June, 1889: 

Tunnel and boiler-house $39 90 

Main floor 67 50 

Legislative floor 60 

Basement " 112 50 



$574 35 



444 75 



887 20 



386 85 
372 00 



356 10 
360 00 



220 50 



D 



88 



Appropriation for Lighting— Continued. 



Date. 


Itemt. 


Amount. 


1889. 
July 

August 


15 
3 

14 
4 

24 

/ 

5 
4 
8 

7 


Springfield Electric Light and Power Co.— 

For 3 lights in month of June. 1889. 29 nights, rate 81.20. . . , 


934 80 


Springfield Gas Lteht Co.— 
Tor gas furnished during July, 1889: 

Legislative floor 

Basement " 


80 60 

82 65 
43 65 
36 45 

83 60 
36 00 

400 






Main " 






Tunnel and boiler-house 




August 


Springfield Electric Light and Power Co.— 

For 3 lights in mo. of Aug., 1889, 3 nights, rate 40c 

" 3^' ". "July, 1889, 30 " " 40c , 
" 10 " " " " 1889,1 " " 40c 

Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Gas furnished during August, 1889: 

Main " 


163 35 
43 60 


September 


82 55 
66 90 
70 80 
SO 15 




Ba-ement " 






Tunnel and boiler-house 






O. Hanratty— 
. 1889. 
Aug. 19, Repairing water pipes, etc., 4 hour** 


170 40 


September 


82 00 

15 

200 

250 

1 50 

500 

800 

8 00 

4 00 

4 00 

1 60 

4 00 

40 

35 

200 

25 




3 pounds of putty 






* * 26, Gas fitter and help. 4 hours, 50c 






Sept. 3, fcj day plumber and help, 50c 






9, Gas fitter and help, 10 hours, fine 

" 10,2 gas fitters, 10 hours each, 40c 






" 11,2 " 10 . " 40C 

" 12.2 '* 5 " 40c 

•• 13.1 " 10 " 40c 

1 4 40c 

,f 14.2 " 5 ** 40c 

4 fbs. r«*d lead putty, 10c 






' ' 20, Repairing pipe, 4 hours, plumber and hefc>, 50c. 

Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Tor gas furnished during month of September, 1889: 

Basement floor 


45 75 


October 


86 15 

63 60 
84 45 
33 30 




Tunnel and boiler-house 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during month of October, 1889: 

Legislative floor 


187 50 


November 


895 25 

6 60 

59 40 

46 05 




Tunnel and boiler-house 






Springfield Gas Liffht Co.— 
For gas furnished during month of November, 1889: 

Main floor 


207 30 


December 


8119 55 

10 35 

107 85 

52 50 




Tunnel and boiler-house 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during December, 1889: 

Legislative floor 


290 25 


1890. 
January 


8121 95 
21 90 
95 25 
52 05 




Tunnel and boiler-house 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during January, 1890: 

Main floor 


291 15 


Febuary v 


8127 50 
85 80 
55 65 




Tunnel and boiler-house 








268 95 



89 



D 



Appropriation for Lighting— Continued. 



Date. 


Item. 


Amount 


1890. 
March 7 


Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
Tor gas furnished during February, 1890: 

Main floor 


$10245 

60 46 






Tunnel and boiler-house 


51 75 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during March, 1890: 

Main floor 




1214 65 


April S 


$10215 

55 50 




Tunnel and boiler house 


50 70 






Springfield Gas Light Co — 
For gas furnished during April, 1890: 

Tunnel and boiler-house 




208 35 


May 8 


51 00 




Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during May, 1890: 

Main floor 




206 70 


Jane 5 


19420 

51 00 




Tunnel and boiler-house 


42 90 






8pringfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during June, 1890: 

Main floor 




188 10 


July 3 


39105 

4770 




Tunnel and boiler-house 


38 10 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during July, 1890: 

Main floor 




176 85 


Aujrust 5 


$96 45 

88 10 




Tunnel and boiler-house 


30 90 






Springfield Gas Light Co.— 
For gas furnished during August, 1890: 

Mam floor, ,,..-, 




165 45 


September 3 


195 70 

1200 

43 50 




Tunnel and boiler-house 


81 80 










183 00 







D 



90 



APPROPRIATION FOR STATE LIBRARY. 



Jan. 15,1889. Balance on hand 8630 61 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1, 1891 3,000 00 

Total $8,630 61 

Amount expended from January 15, 1889, to September 30, 1890 2,316 88 

Oct 1,1890. Amount unexpended 91,314 38 

Purchase of Books. 



Date. 



Items. 



I 



Amount. 



1889. 
January 



January 
January 



March 
March 

March 

March 

April 

April 

April 

April 



15 



15 



21 



R. R. Bowker— 

Subscription Library Journal 

Co-operative index 

J. H. Chambers & Co.— 

Vol. 7 Narrative and Critical History of America. 

A. C. McClurg & Co.— 

1 Rodd's Frederick Crown P. & Emp 

lBryoe American Commonwealth 

1 Diary and Letters Gov. Morris 



Less 6% 

Vol. 17 Diet. Nat. Bio'g 

Venable Footprints of Pioneers,. 
14 Nos. N. American Review 



16 



18 



20 



2.4 



35 00 
1 00 



31 00 
582 
525 



312 07 
72 


33 00 

95 

6 30 


$10 25 
61 



Less 6% 

H. O'Brien— 

lCallonflle 

National Railway Publishing Co.— 

For 1 yrs. sub. to the Official Guide from April 1,1889, to March 
31,1890 •. 

Jas. D. & E. S. Dana- 
Sub, to American Journal of Science from Jan to Dec. 31, 1888 

Houghton, Mifflin & Co.— 

For 1 Profit Sharing 

O. H. Oldroyd— 



9J 
Hi 



1 copy History of the G. A. R. 



R. R. Bowkor, for Publisher's Weekly— 
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J. H. Chambers & Co.— 

Vol. 1 Narrative and Critical History of America.. 



The Public Opinion Co.— 

Sub. to Public Opinion April 15, 1889, to April 15, 1890 



36 00 
550 



11 35 



964 
1 50 

5 00 

6 00 
1 50 
5 60 
300 
550 
300 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 



Dale. 


i»... 


Amount, 


WW. 
April 6 


J. H. Hick ox- 

] Monthly, OataloKuaof D. 8. Gov't PublioaUona, vol. 1.. 

1 *' " " ' " S." 
1 " \\ " " i.. 


8SM 
3 00 

5 m 

E 00 

6 00 






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Kl 00 




A. C. MoClurg & Co.- 






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Mar 3 


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fi .-.u 

1 V 

1 ■■ 
1 2* 

■! ■' 

1 M 
i a 






























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BUT 1« 


Emily H. Selby— 

iixpenfle attending American Library Asso. 

A. C. MaCliirg & Co.— 
1889. 

" 21.1 Politic -i- !'"' -.c ! :.»*-. 4>. ■ 
1 Salomon, 1 i..y,l in s<Tv.r>< i.f h" 
1 Bruce, NuMul: .- St*.-... t\ i . 




1150 




10 45 

is 

88 
2<» 
20 
30 

40 
2 70 
950 

IS 03 
2 07 






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1 Stays. .Vhd'I rratnlnit In Elem 

1 Howar.'i ■. Wul CooM. HJ»L. 8S. 

1 Vol. 4, SupL Biitlanloa. * R..tli>. 

April 27,1 Hamertoo Ft fOlTPpS 

1 Zury.. 


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won 
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1% 














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... . IU 






1 Ano't Eijypt. 


ISO 








125 75 
















?.' t, 














1 Crnirtofd BP G r rffe 1 Bstoi^r 























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June 
June 



June 

June 
July 

July 



A. 0. McClurg & So.— Continued. 

April 27, 1 Yarrar's Fathers 85 00 

1 Sanford's Thos. Poole 5 00 

1 Butts Colchester 1 25 

1 Burrows, Cinque Poets 1 25 

1 Creighton's Carlisle 125 



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919 80 
. 39f 



1 Sparks, Washington 93 00 

1 Folsom, 50 Years in N. West 5 00 

1 Writings of Wash., V. 1 5 00 

1 Blavatsky Doctrine 10 00 

$23 00 
Less 5 1 15 



1 Phoenicia 91 50 

1 Holland 1 50 

1 Assyria 1 50 

1 Rosenthal's Bld'g Assn's 1 50 



10 



20 
1 



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$6 00 
1 80 



1 Say, Turgot,81 35 

1 Los -in ff s Wash, and Am. Bepub 

1 Bolingbroke 90 75 

1 Poel 75 

1 O'Connor 75 



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67 



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1 Driving, Bodmfnton LibV 33.50, Vs. 
1 Ford, Pamph. on Const, 95, 5 , 



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E. Holdoway & Co.— 

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June 26, Tucker man's Lafayette. $8.00: 5% 

Critical Period of Am. Hist., Fiske, 92.00; 8 /io . . 

Letters of Carlyle. 1826-36, $2.50 ; V 5 

Outlines of a New Science, $1.00; 8 /io 

Arnold Toynbee, 50o. ; l k 

Est'b'm't Munio. Gov't, San Francisco, 50c; l k.. 



English Culture in Virginia. 81.00; Va 
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City of Washington, 60c. ; V& 



315 8* 



21 85 



4 20 

65 
12 00 



1 58 
300 

2 80 
4 75 



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April 23.1 Hales Mexico. $1.50, 3 /io and 6 90 99 

1 Almanach De Gotha, 1885, 92.50, 1889, 2 Vol. 

82.13 4 63 

1 Vol. 4, Morley's Eng Writers. 81.60, */io 1 05 

1 Smith's Foreign Visitors in Eng.,92.50, 10... 2 25 

1 Stateman's Year book for 1889, 85, X 2 25 

Ex. charges paid On above 40 

" Encv. Brit 35 

May 15, The Dial, 1 year, Feb.. '89, to Jan. , '90 1 00 

J. B. Brown— ' 

1 yrs. sub. to Magazine Am. Hist for 1889 96 00 

1 " " Current Literature " 3 00 



97 60 

1 40 

2 00 
70 
40 
40 
80 
40 
40 



9103 48 
7 00 



12 92 

9 00 
630 

450 



93 



D 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 




July 



2 



July 
July 

Augrust 
August 

AogUSt 

August 

September 

September 



1889. 



A. C. MoClurg & Co.— Continued. 
Winning: of the Wee 
Wellington, 60c.; Va 



XJlurg 
June 26, Winning of the West. Roosevelt, $6.00; s /io ... . 

WeUtagtonjSOc.; Va 

Municipal Hist, of New Orleans, 25c.; V» 



S3 50 

48 



Less'6% 



$18 28 
1 10 



81 
81 

10 
17 

26 

27 
11 
12 



J. B. Brown— 

For Band & McNally's Business Atlas, 1889. 

Frank Simmons— 

1 set Herndon's Lincoln 

1 set Cassell's Dictionary 



$4 50 
25 00 



W. H. Jenkins— 

For 1 copy Hist of 99th 111. Infantry 



H. W. Bokker— 

Jan. 23, Bind 5 vols. 111. State Journal 

•• 28. " 2 " Chicago Tribune. 

April 5, " 6 pamphlet cases 



$10 00 
4 00 
300 



John Moses— 

2 copies "111., Historical and Statistical" vol. 1, bound in half 
Turkey morocco, subscribed for by H. D. Dement as Bee. of 
State. 1888, 85.00 each 



H. V. & H. W. Poor— 

1 copy of Railroad Manual for 1889. 

W. & J. H. Buokel— 

For freight and drayage on books. 



Frank Simmons— 

Offioial B. B. Guide 8-1, 1889. to 8-1, 1890. 
Harper's Weekly 8—1, 1889, to 8-1, 1890 .. . 



$5 00 
400 



September 18 



September 18 



The Boston Book Co.— 

For Nineteenth Century. 22 vols., vol. 1-22, half calf $60 00 

Suarterly Be view. 167 vols., vol. 1 to 167, half calf 150 00 

dinburgh Be view, void. 1-168, 168 vol*, and 4 indices. . . 150 00 



H. C. Maercker— 

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1 
1 
1 
9 
1 
1 
1 
4 
Express paid 



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98 125 

1(6 125 

115 1 20 

Nos..at55o 4 95 

Jan., 76. Cent 75 

Sept. Oct. '77 50 

Jan., Feb., Mar., Apr 1 00 

Nos.,at25c 100 

70 



Cr.-Befd 1 No.. Dec. *85 



$13 60 
25 



Sept. 2,32 Nos. N. Am. Review, 60c $19 20 

2 ** *' " 50c 100 

4 " " " 25c 100 

Express charges 70 



$13 351 



Cr.— Bet Jan.. £3, not complete $0 60 

•• Jan.. '54, July, Oct,, '67, 

Oct. 71 2 40 

" May and June, '83, 25o 50 



$21 90 



350 



Sept. 9,1 N. Am. Bev. v. 76 :1 26 

1 " " No 244 60 

1 " " " 307.345,346,347,349.350 

351.352,366,368, 369- 
11 Nos. at 25c...... 2 75 

Index to v. 123 



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817 18 
12 50 

29 50 
250 



17 00 

10 00 
600 
7 90 



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350 00 



36 35 



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1889. 
September 26 



A. C. McClurg & Co.— 
1889. 

Aug. 81, 1 Herndon's Lincoln, 3 vols 84 50 

1 Morley's ( orrespondence W 7 00 

1 Froude Two Chief Dunboy 1 50 

1 Fiske Beginnings New England 2 00 

1 Wright Ice AgelnN. Am 5 00 

1 Roumane's Mental Evin in Man 8 00 

1 Claydon Rogers and Contempo- 
raries 5 00 

1 Loda- Washington Wol 2 50 

1 Picturesque Alaska 1 00 

1 Emerson in Concord 1 75 

lBoone— Edu. in U.8 1 

1 Burrough's— Indoor Studies 1 

1 Dexter Savings and Loan Ass'ns .... 1 



50 
25 
25 



Less */w. 



837 25 
11 17 



] RuBsel-Dampier SO 60 

1 Letters and Lit. Reviews Edw. Fitz- 
gerald. 3 vols 10 00 

Wallace— Darwinism 1 75 

Stedman's Lib'y of Am. Lit., 8 vols. 24 00 

Galton Nat. Inheritance 2 50 

Vol. 19Dlct*v. of Nat. Biog 3 75 

Whitney s United States 3 00 

Blennerhassett— Madame De Stael, 

3 vols 10 00 



Less V&. 



855 60 
11 12 



1 Tis<*ot— Unknown Switzerland. 
1 Norris Miss Shafto 



82 00 
1 00 



Less M 



83 00 
75 



1 Vol. 2 Washington's Writings, 85,00; 5% 

1 Cyelo. of Music and Musicians, vol. 1, 825; 5% 

1 Box Ethics of Socialism. 90c; 10% 

1 Box Religion of Socialism. 90c ; 10% 

1 Andrews'— River Towns of Conn. 81.00; 10%.. 
1 Gosse— Eighteenth Century Lit, 81.00; 3%. .. 
1 Whittier's Poetical Works, vols. 1, 2. 3, 4. at 

81.50; 30% 

1 Dict'y. of Gardening, 3 and 4. at 85.00. fc 

1 each vols. 27, 28. 29, 30, 31. 32, 33, 34 Popular 

Science Monthly.at 82.50; 5% 

1 Handy List of Tud. Lit.. Pt 1. net 

24 Nos. Magazine Am. Hist, 86-7, at 50c; Vie.*. 



Sept 24, Cr.— 1 Herndons Lincoln, 3 vols., 84.50; 



30<* 



• 



1 Froudes Two Chiefs Dunboy, 81.50; 



30«* 



/O 



1 Picturesque Alaska, 81.00; 30% 

1 Dexter' s Savings and Loan Ass'ns., 

81 25 * 30% 
1 Whitney's United' States! fflliioVVs'. . . 
1 Tissots' Unknown Switzerland,82.00; 

1 Norris 1 Miss Shafto, fl.<W;'K% >'•'• " " " 

I Whittier's Poetical Works, 4 vols.. 

86.00; 30% 



83 15 

1 05 
70 

88 

2 40 

1 50 
75 

4 20 



Less 6%. 



Richard Mansill— 

September 26. Jan. 3. To 7 25c almanacs 1881 to 1887 

To 1 pen-crisis 

To 5 bound, 50o almanacs, 1870 to 1880. 



826 08 



44 48 



225 
4 75 
23 75 
81 
81 
90 
97 

4 20 
750 

19 00 

1 50 

10 80 



8147 80 



14 63 



8133 17 
7 99 



81 75 

25J 
250 



125 18 



4 (0 



95 



D 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 




1889. 
October 



October 



7 
10 



October 



17 



E. H. Haines & Co.— 

For Literary World, Jan. 1889 to Jan. 1890 

W. L. Evans— 

To 1 set 8 volumes complete Farrows, Military Encyclo- 
pedia, library binding WO 00 

Less discount 40% 16 00 

$2400 
Express charges paid l 70 

A. 0. McClurg & Co.— 
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Sept 20.1 Nicholas Order of Knighthood $80 00 

1 Hurlbut Chicago Antiquities 7 50 

$37 50 
Less 10% 3 75 

$33 75 

Less 6% 2 03 

$31 72 

1 Bjornson— Sigurd Slemlee $1 50 

1 Torbriand— Army Potomac 3 00 

1 Life and Let. of 8. W. Williams 3 00 . 

1 Wallace Boyhood Christ 3 50 

1 Am. States— Franklin 1 25 

1 Fam. Worn. Jane Austen 1 00 

1 Story of Nations Hausa Towns 1 50 

1 Hamilton— French and English 2 00 

1 Kirke— Adv. Gd. Wstn. Civii'n 1 50 

1 Hosmer— Young 8ir H. Vane 4 00 

1 Patton Nat'l. Res. of U. 8 3 00 

$25 25 

Less */io 7 57 

^ ^ 1768 

1 Shorthouse— Countess Eve $1 00 

1 Arnold— Essays on Crit 2d ser.. 1 50 

1 Corbet— Monk. 60 

1 Gosso— Hisfv Eng. Lit 1 75 

1 8aintburg-Hist*y Eng. Lit 1 75 

1 Young People Hist. Illinois l 50 

1 Eng. Wayfaring Life 18th Cent.. 6 00 

1 Hames— Loyal Mountaineers 2 00 

1 Thompson— Trav. Atlas, etc 3 00 

1 Dilke— Art in Mod'n State 2 50 

1 Rein— Ind. of Japan 10 00 

$31 60 
V« 632 

25 28 

1 Bingwoll— Transt in U. 8. , $5, 10 / 4 25 

1 Smith— Hist'y of Kentucky $5 00 

1 Whittier's writings, vols. 1 and 2, 

No. 288 8 00 

1 Whittier's writings, vols. 8 and 4, 

No. 288 8 00 

1 Whittier's writings, vols. 5, 6 and 

7. No.288 1200 

1 Writings of Geo. Washington, 

vol.3, No. 312 5 00 

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$48 00 
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45 60 

1 Stoddard— Lincoln and Johnson, $1.25, w /. 90 

$125 43 
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Cr. By less 6% of $90.91 5 45 

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Out. 



1889. 



Oct. 



81 



Nov. 



15 



A. C. MoClurg & Co.— 
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20, To freight .charges prepaid on goods. 

,1 < 



Oct 19, For vol 1 Historical collection of Ohio, net... 

John Beaoham— 

Carlyle's works, De Luxe ed'n. No. 248, 20 vols., cloth 
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Library Ch. Lit, 8 vols.. H Mor 

Library W. and H., 5 vols.. & Mor 

Our Country (Lossing) 8 vols. & Mor 

Hudson Shak. 6 vols. H Mor 

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500 



J. 8. Bradford, Admr— 
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Nov. 9, Sir Matthew Hale's works, 2 vols 

G. W. Cooke— Life of 1st Earl of Shafts- 
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Metastasio 8 

Little Jean de Saintre 1 

C. Alderson 1 

Memoirs of A. Sidney 1 

Memoirs Lord Bolingbroke 2 

Reminiscences L. Beardsley 1 

Works of Algernon Sydney 1 

De Witt Clinto 1 

The Examen 1 

Ulloa, Voyage to S. America 2 

Judge Field. I 

St. Evremond Works 3 

Commodore Bain bridge 1 

Memoirs and travels Sir J. Bevesby 1 

Daschkaw 1 

Northern Antiquities (Mallet) 2 

Life and Letters (Fusile) 8 

Sir Wm. Temple's Works 4 

Physical geography (Eitts) 

Guyers Manual 

Patient Grissie 

Life of Robert Fulton 

Rogers' poems 

Littleton r Letters 2 

Life and Times of Geo. Villiers 3 

Memoirs Gen. Miller 2 

Life of Wm. Roseoe 2 

Literary Hours (Drake) 8 

Wm. Wagstaffe works 

Pitcairn Island (Shilliber) 

Deary Dodington (Wyndham) 

Memoirs Count Segur 8 

Richard of Crincesier 

Shores and Islands of the Mediterranean. 3 

Life of Clarendon 8 

Life of Sir Wm. Johnson 2 

Landon's Works , 

Hist, of Greenland (Crantz) 

Smy the 

Guylforde 

Nollikin and His Times 2 

Gower's Confessio 

Satirical Poems (J.Hall) 

Bottas Nineveh 

Burkhardt's Travels Nubia 

Voyage of Discovery (B. Hall) 

Thorsby, 4 vols 

Breeze 



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December 3 



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Kansas, 1866 

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585 



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1 50 
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12 50 
4 50 
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4 00 
900 
250 



86 15 



117 85 



37 65 
1 50 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 



The Bostoo Book Co.— Continued. 

Mass. Perpetual Laws, 5 vols, . , 

1816. Nov.. 1816. Jtay. 1817. Jan.. 1818. 

"—--'■" ' — '- 2,4.6.6.7.8 



December 6 

cumber 10 



December n 



1816. T.aws May. 



MIsb. Colled Mar.. 1864. A I* Wj 

N. J. Acts 4fith 8cbh., 1830. 

N. Y. Revised Stats. S voln 1 S3'., at 12 

■* 2 vols. 1846. at 13 

B. C. A. and B. Dec., 1807. I>«i. 1KW. 1*34. tW, n 



n School Decisions, at 11.50. . . 



. Oct. 1796,2 vols.. 



Iieolal IK7S, 2 vols ... 



Maryland Laws. 1846-7 18 

N-.Y. Revised Statutes Bapp law vol S 2 



ii. i si*, mi 
Am . 1*/.1 



1 Du Chaffln-VUIca Age,* vole . .. ... 17 50 

1 Cuttle. Court HlsL C. 8,, vol. 1 .... 8 00 

I Man. Capital 



1 Bancroft, YanBoren . . 

1 Wells. Recent Economic ChangtM... 



1 Klerone, European Sciinols. 



1 Gibson, Convenient Hoaairs 



Vole. I, 2. l. So hot lore U 8 . at 
Slant:-! iihiti- j* i I ■■■.» U.Ib 
Bedpa-.b. Cyc.o Uciv Hie: . n vi 



.-■. wl 

; ,f. . • h 



Modern Mi-ibod bf I Oust rating Hooke 



Appropriation for State Library — Continued. 



Date. 


0_ 


Amount 


1839. 


11 

16 
17 

28 


A 

N 

A 

F 


C. McClure ft Co.— Continued. 


82 iW 
" 3 30 


nan 

18t 

•f» 

3 (O 
S77 1! 

met 

s u 

70 

Hot) 

w 
9" 
1 .•..■ 

1*. :•< 
1 &0 

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• i 

171 

i» 
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? SI 

s HI 

■ » 
■■ V 

j; - 
v -.• 

i- .> 

■J ,. 

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(. ■■ 
8 00 

1122 5 






V. 








K oo 

2 00 

17 00 
35 






Green. Hist. Families of Ky., 1st series 


































December 
December 


rth American Be view— 

For ooe yrs. sub. N. A. Rev., Jan., IK) to Dee.. '90 

V. McClurg ft Cn.— 

Wbeatley. Cathedrals, etc 


110 no 
400 

1 ■«! 
Ilj X 


*7S7S 

6 00 






















28 

B..S3. it.. - 
















17 


to 
so 

il 7., 












9rtlBr * 






To). 9, Sted.andH. Llby Am. IJu.fS. '/• 

ToL B. Von Holat. Cons. HlBU D. B. »S. id 

LOBS 6 % 


96 28 












hoi. Oct.. IWI. and Oct.. 






















IM, Prlv. 1W1. 3 vote- 














's. 7<."76 and 78. 


vole.. 














W . 1H13. 2 vol, 
« 


































1I6S7 



i 99 



D 



Appropriation for State Library — Continued. 



Bate. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 
December 28 



December 81 



1890. 
January 



January 
January 

January 
January 



February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 



March 
March 

March 

April 

April 

April 



8 
8 

16 



3 

5 

7 

11 

27 

28 



19 
20 

24 

3 
4 



T. L. Cole- 
Kentucky Laws. 1816. 1 vol S5 00 

Less discount 25 



Maine Public Laws, 1828 12 50 

Less 6% 12 



Chas. Woodgard — 
For drayage and back freight on books, as follows: 

Dec. lS.From Huntington , 

16. " E.8t. Louis 

23, " Albany 






D. C. Brinkerhoff— 

Life and Letters of Rosooe Conkling 

Mark Twain, Yankee in King Arthur's Gt 

D. Appleton & Co.— 

Sub. Popular Science Monthly, Jan., W, to Deo., W. 



R. R. Bowker— 

Sub. Lib'y Journal, 1890. 
* * Co-operative, 1890. . 



J. R. Foster— 

1 copy Stanley's Explorations. 



A. C. MoOlurg&Co — 

1 yr. sub. London Quarterly. 1890 



1 

1 



• < 
« < 



Edlnboro Review, 1890 ... 
Nineteenth Century, 1890 



West. Pub. House— 
1890. 
Jan. 27, 1 Physical and Astronomical Cabinet 

American Lib'y Ass.— 

Membership Fees to Am. Lib'y Ass. for 1890. . . 



The Williams Pub. Co.— 

For the Am. Nation, Vols. 1,2 and 3, & Mor. 

J. D. & E. S. Dana- 
Sub. Am. Journal Science, Jan.-Deo., 1889. . 



D. Appleton & Co.— 

For 8ub. to Popular Science Monthly, to Deo., 1891. 



A. W. French— 

For copy of Ree's Cyclopedia. 



H. C. Maeroker— 

Feb. 21, Bal. due on Nos. 228, 242. N. Am. Review. 
March 19, 1 North Am. Review, No. 238 



McDonnell Bros.— 

For Vols. 1 and 2, & mor. Century Die. at 815. 



Mrs. A. C. Tuttle— 

Headley & Johnson's Stanley's Adv. in Africa 



$4 75 



2 38 



25 
66 
25 



S6 50 
5 00 



15 00 
1 00 



95 40 
700 
6 50 



Enoch Paine— 

70 Vols, sundry books, roan binding, 90o 36300 

8 Vols. Magazine of Am. History, extra morocco bind- 
ing, gilt edge top 16 00 

"2 Vols. Library Journal, extra morocco gilt edge top. .. 4 00 



30 40 
75 



J. H. Hlokox— „ , 

Sub. to Monthly Catalogue, U. S. (government publication, Jan. 
to Dec. ,1890.....' 



H. C. Maeroker— 

1 North Am. Rev., No. 220. 221,226. 

248 

230,231 






1 1 



33 00 
75 
50 



$7 13 



1 16 

10 50 
500 

600 
825 



18 90 

35 00 

200 

24 00 

600 

500 



83 00 

60 00 

115 

30 00 

350 
5 00 



4 25 



100 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 




1890. 



April 
April 
April 



April 
May 



4 

16 
16 



28 



The Public Opinion Co.— 

Sub. to Public Opinion, April 15, 1890. to April 15, 1891. 

E. H. Haines & Co.— 

Literary World from Jan., 1890, to Jan,, 1891 



Tioe & Lynch. Agts. of B. F. Stevens 

~ St - - _ 



For Stevens facsimiles. Vol. 1, £4, 2.2 net 920 00 

" 2,£4,2.2net 20 00 

" 3,£4.2.2net 20 00 

Freight to N. Y., shipping, etc. , 8 vols., at 75c 2 25 



Enoch Paine— 

47 Vols. Bee's Cyclopedia, fe bound calf, finished roan. 



A. C. McClurg & Co.— 

1 Church Early Britain 31 50 

1 Allen— Jonathan Edwards 1 25 

1 Prentice— Wilbur Fisk 1 oo 

I Saint Theresa 1 oo 

1 Green on Crime 2 00 

1 Anderson Thiers 1 00 



80% 



87 75 
232 



1 Caroline Sohlegel 82 00 

1 Morley— Waipole 60 

1 Symonds' Memoirs of C. Gozzi, 2 Vol 12 00 

lDicty. of Nat Biog.,vl. 21 3 75 



l /# 



818 35 
. 367 



1 American Railway. 86. 00, 5% 

I Marie Basbkfrtseff. 82.00, M 

1 Jameson Essay on the Col. Hist. U. S.. $2.25, Vio. 

1 Writings of Geo. Washington. 85.00, 5% 

1 Working and Mang. of Eng. B. B., 7 /o 



Less 3 Vols. Winsor's America, returned , 



Less C%. 



Dr. through errors on bills. 



1 Poole— Barbary Corsairs SI 50 

1 McCarthy— Four Georges. Vol. 2 1 25 

1 Metzerott— Shoemaker 1 50 



30% 



81 25 
1 27 



82 98 

1 Cushing's Anonyms, pt 4 5 00 

1 Trade List Annual 2 00 

1 volume Ton Library Journal 5 oo 

1 Drummond Tropical Africa, 81 .50. 2(»"„ 1 20 

1 Fox Rf*iri mental Losses in the Am. Civil War, 

86.00, 10% 5 40 

1 Wilson. A Bushel of Corn, H% 2 00 

1 Ritchie Early Letter? of Jane Welsh Carlyle,12% 3 00 

826 :»x 
Less6% 158 

Freight charges prepaid 



85 43 



14 68 

5 70 
1 50 
203 
4 75 
203 



836 12 
12 00 



824 12 
1 44 


822 68 
4 78 



827 46 



25 00 

25! 



S3 00 
200 



62 25 
47 00 



52 71 



Appropriation for State Library — Continued. 



Date. 


I,.m.. 


Amount. 


May 5 

May 16 


B. R. Bowker— 




*r. do 

20 




Mo Donne 11 Bros.— 




(£20 


D. Appleton & Co.— 




May 26 
July I 


TheDlal- 

i'or The Dial. Feb.. -JO. to Jan.. W 

A. C. MeClni-g&Co ~ 

1 Wai«. Kiinbtp»L'l Mwrfmw. l»'i 

1 \.-\.6 Wr.'h:*-- • Wucl.il.rf'.. ::. V- 'li 9. ■*. 11 


t 


Jl 50 
H 

H H 

1 ;.i 

?. ^ 

sow 

50 

1 o- 

46 

12 00 

SI 00 
1 50 

90 26 
K 
2i 
25 


1 00 
















































July 3 


Geo. E. LttrtefleM- 




59 86 


Joly 19 


0. W. Freeman— 

Fob. 1, Cartage on 1 box hooka, State Library 

l^jj :: :: •:: 

Henry Klentzer— 




5 60 
1 w 




F. E 




93 00 
.1 - 
■ ••> 

!,-• 

->0 
I » 

! - 

£. <X 

r. 
\i i- 
:-. i. 

so 






F U, Infantry 








































r d :: :.::. 








Z ly.lvol* 

II ■■ Em. If nil and Women 






T. L. Cole- 

To reprinted Lawa of H. W, Tor., 1791, 1793, 1798, 8 

A. C. McCluiK SD 


" 


48 75 


September t 














1 Todd City of N. York 

1 Oilman " Bf^run 

1 Morley CulerldBf - 


91 * 
. 1 76 

1 30 

7S 


91 ST 

560 
1 60 
•1->1 








WOO 






1 Thompson Social Progress, 32 no, 15 

1 Pendleton Newspaper Reporting. 12.50, 10V .. 





D 



102 



Appropriation for State Library— Continued. 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1890. 
September 


4 

21 

15 
22 


A. C. McClurg & Co.— Continued. 

1 Dlcty. Nat. Biog.. vol. 23,83.75. hi 


92 82 

80 

280 






1 Marquis Hdbk.. Chicago, *l .00, l /6 






Less 6% 






$17 12 
1 02 






J. B. Brown- 
Subscription to Magazine of Am. History 1 year, Jan. 

to Dec, 1890 

Subscription to Current Literature 


S16 10 


August 


90 30 

600 
3 00 




Frank Simmons — 

Harper's Weekly 8—1, '90, to 8—1, '91 

Railway Guide 8—1, '90, to 8—1, '91 

Geo. R. Paulen— 

Flight ftnd drayago on bo* books. 


930 

9 00 
1 12 


September 


34 00 
5 00 


September 











103 



D 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES SECRETARY OF STATE. 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance on hand 84,090 87 

Appropriation for two years ending July 1. 1891 25, 000 00 

Total S29.090 87 

Amount expended from Jan. 15, 1889, to Sept. SO, 1890 19,810 20 

Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unexj ended $9, 280 67 



Bate. 



Items. 



Amount 



1889. 
January 



January 



March 

April 
April 
April 

Hay 
Hay 
Hay 



81 



31 



February 28 



SI 



20 



29 



30 



15 



26 



SI 



J. Ruckel— 

July 2, Papering bath room $4 17 

'^13,2 quarts paint 1 20 

Sept. 1,2 glass loxl2 re. gla 



40 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll to January SI, 1889— 

W . E. Savage, chief janitor 554 

J. E. Woods, carpenter 41 

James Curtis, janitor 4 

F. S. Seargeant, janitor 4 



J. H. Ward, janitor 



84 
12 
00 
00 
4 00 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of February, 1889— 

W. E. Savage, chief janitor $100 00 

J. E. Woods, carpenter 100 00 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of March, 1889— 

W. E. Savage, chief janitor 3100 00 

J. E. Wood*, carpenter 100 00 



Daniel B. Ross— 

Whitewashing kitchen and laundry Monroe street dwelling. 

Thos. Richardson— 

For two days' work cutting grass 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of April, 1889— 

W.E. Savage, chief janitor $100 00 

J.E. Woods, carpenter 100 00 



P. F. Kimble— 

Apr. 24, To paper and hanging for Monroe street dwelling. 

Hendrix & Co.— 

For 1 directory of the city of Springfield, 1889 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of May, 1889— 

W. E. Savage, chief janitor $100 00 

J.E. Woods, carpenter 75 00 

Andrew Walker, chief engineer 100 00 

J no. Wletties, assistant engineer 60 00 

C. L. Shinkle, " " 60 00 

A. 0. Oilman, laborer 50 00 



85 77 



107 96 

200 00 

200 00 
400 

200 



200 00 
76 85 

4 00 



D 



104 



Incidental Expenses — Continued. 




May 



1889. 



June 

June 
June 

June 



June 



July 
July 

July 
July 
July 
July 

July 



July 

July 
July 



31 



10 
11 

21 



SO 



1 

6 

13 
19 
19 
20 

22 



26 

29 
31 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State— Con tinned. 

Hugh Flannigan, la' or or 

Chas. A. Ricks, " 

Henry Broaddy, " 

8. B. Turner, weigher 



$50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
00 00 



Myers & Van Duyer— 

Apr. 27, Spoking cart wheels and setting tiro. 
washers for axle 



85 00 
50 



H. W.Clendenin— 

For 90 ten cent stamps. 



W. L. 8ackett— 

For % doz. official indelible ribbons. 
Postage on same 



99 50 
15 



J. H. Barkley & Co.— 

1 14-in. wash bowl 

J self- closing basin cock 

1 quart plaster paris 

5 hours plumbing 



$1 75 

225 

10 

2 50 



I. N. Pearson, Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of June, 1889— 
W. E. Savage, chief janitor $100 00 






J. E. Woods, carpenter. 

Andrew Walker, chief engineer. 

Jno. Wiettis, assistant 

C. L. Shinkle. 

Chas. A. Kicks, laborer. 

Hugh Flannigan. ' ' 

Henry Broaddy, ' ' 

8. B. Turner, weigher.. . 



75 00 
100 00 
60 00 
60 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
60 00 



Jacob Wheeler— 

For 2,750 lb of ice furnished during June, 1889 at 60o per 100 

John C. Lamb- 
June 6, Drilling book press for screws 80 25 

" 15, Putting on new knives and sharpening horse 

lawn-mower 3 50 



J. C. Newman- 
June 25, To wire fire screens 



A. D. Dudley— 

For oiling comb, lock on vault door of Seo'y of State's office.. . 

Sanders Curtis— 

For 5 days' service with lawn mower oncapitol grounds to date.. 

For services as janitor'in Seo'y of State's office to July 20, 1889.. 



S. N. Little & Son— 
1889. 
April 22. To 1 horse cutting grass, 1 day , 



23, 

May 16, 

" 17, 

'* 22, 

June 5, 

6. 

19, 



f < 



• i 

# i 

4 t 

I 4 
I 4 
4 I 
I t 



4 I 

4 • 

• « 

4 4 

( • 

< • 

4 4 



4 4 

4 • 

f ( 

( • 

4 4 

4 4 

4 f • 



1 

1 
1 
1 



4 4 
4 4 



82 00 
200 

1 00 
200 
200 

2 00 
1 00 
1 00 



Central Union Telephone Co- 
Six months rental of instruments and telephone exchange 
service, from July 1 to Deo. 31, 1889, Printer Expert 



Daniel Chlnn— 

For hauling grass and brush from oapitol grounds. 



C. M. Partlow— 

For washing 13 doz. towels during mo. of July, 1889.at 75c ... . 



8655 00 

550 
900 

965 



660 



605 00 
16 50 



8 75 

8 00 

1 00 

500 

39 50 



13 00 

24 00 

1 25 

975 



Incidental Expenses— Continued. 



Batts. 


Item.. 


Amount. 


1889. 
July 


31 
1 

31 

9 
IS 


LI itate- 

:h of July. 1880— 




I1M On 

::. ci 
.i> i. 
.j. .. 
*. i. 
go n 
^.i - 

"■ IV 

i.i - 

!'< ' 

u- » 
, v v 
... -j. 
■- »t 
:< ■ 
■>. - 
■<. M 
•;. f 
,. f 
fr m 

in s 

i i; 

: u 

; ■;■' 

1 
Wtft for 


























































































































































An*u»t 


B. M. Dodds- 

1889. 




51,186 S3 


















'■ 25, Iz strychnia. SSo. ^ i> ":i ■l.a- :■' 
Apr. 1,2z " 70o; <Ai 1 z Sfio . 












Au*u.t 


July 31,11b ohlOroTorni. J&c : corke.JBc .. .. 

Jacob Wheeler— 

For loo furnished during Jn.y ItW. tll>tb fur 20 Hay 


an. 11 


SITS 


August 


0. F. Stebblus— 

June IS.Tol grass scythe 

'■ 13. " lawnrake 




M8S 

* 

* 

W 

1 

n 130 

.-, W 
GO 

250 

12 05 
DO 




July 23, " doK. sheets ■■ro.Tyclolh. .. .. ... 














July 


0. Hanratty— 

May 13. 1st and 2d floor water donets: repairing 

olo sets, plumb are and help, 3 hours, 51 
Hay 33, B. B. & W. Corn's office; connecting 

gas pipe for brackets, 1 fittings, lUc 


30 
Si 
GO 

1 !,0 
3(H) 

lis 


3 65 
















i hoars gas fitter, 50c 

June 21, Putting on cap burners on lights near 
vat or and clear stand ; 6 oap burners 






July 12. Office floor ladles' wash room; repair- 
ing water pipe, s ft )4-ln gafvau- 

W. & J. H. Buokel— 

For freigj t on 8 boxes scales from St. Louis to 


10 IS 




0. M. Partlow— 




2 56 
SO 00 



August 
August 



Incidental Expenses— Continued . 



Hartford Steam Built, , 

For poller No. 19657 ... 

i&m to Hug. M. 1890; «0. 
premium 



Ricbter 4 Doland- 



Inspection and Tns. Co.— 
— 'i stpam boilers from Aug. & 

«o,000 insurance 

poilay No. 18127 



For cleaning marble bust Of Davis and repairing base of column 
□ boiler bouse, labor, drayage. etc 



I. N l'.-*re:.r„ S.<y Sute- 
Pay rollf.ir mci-.tnt Aug.. 1*9- 



Haptembar 
September 



W J Barnes. 
W B Cowan, 

Saml Klii.it!, 
ThwiDw llinhrU, 
J'.c. (lladm -V, 
Thomas Handy, 
David Ji'akinH. 
W A. Mertitt. 
E Boy, 
H A. 8aUQ<!BTS. 

wiin» Smith. 
Jdl Shaw, 
B. II. )■■■.■■ i- 
''has Coon. 
I'atnaruv Jones, 

li i'rti-ii, ;.'■■;. 



age, r-jii.-r janitor sioooo 

Lis rjtrp<7t>t«r.. , " "" 

■ : jaoitor and watuhman. 



w do 
mi oo 

60 00 

co oo 
w oo 
so oo 

60 00 

6H 00 

60 on 

M 00 

60 00 

:*) 00 

HI 00 



B. Barkley & Co.— 
Aug,17,For repairing water cooler.. 
For repairing water tank 



>z. towels, Beo'y of State's office and boiler 



60 00 
.. t.- 

u, m 
T. •■ 

f. K> 



it front of Stale Huuhp . 



107 
Incidental Expenses — Continued. 



>r Ice furnished daring month of September. 1389. 3,340 pounds 
at IWo per hnn. 

Baker & Baker- 
June 19, i bundle Ex. A. shingles 

5 pds. Id nulla 

_.jr furnished Stale Capitol during 

, llo per LOW gal 9201 19 

ishti'i during month of Auguat.at.14c 



Jno. Breasmer— 

Oot B.Forl dozen towels . 
For 61 yd*, toweling, a 



Aug. 20. Repairing ^halr . 



l.rf;unlt.ir. . "S * 

nl'.or hi. : aatohtrian . 

'.'...'. '".'..'. 6000 



November 2 For lee furnished during month 

Ic. W. Woodgard— 
November 15 For freight and drayage on 3 b 

J opt 

V. S, drnysge 1 box books, lib: 

Jed Shaw 



)rOetober.lSa».3.2201bB.O 
lies carbons, heatlug 



November 25 



For ae. 
bar, it 



vices as janitor In Secretary of Btate's offlee. I) 



A. Lergjr— 

July 23. 1 nat desk key 

3 aal. ammos. 

8epL 2. 3 zinc 

5.0 aal. ammoi 

Oot. 8. '• " 

*. 4 mlcropcuof b»ttt p r:<!S 

Jn.lpusnbultoo 

Nov. 2. 9 ft S nz. insulated tilxctrlo wli ■ 



Incidental Expanses — Continued. 



Date. 


i_. 


Amount 


1889. 


0. P. Stebblns- 






»0 26 
90 
20 

21 00 






Tolsoythe 




















Jacob Wheeler— 

For ice furnished during month of No 
State's office, 3,160 lbs. at 6uc per 100. 

I. N. ! State— 
Pa> Of Novoaiti-. 1*" 


embor. 1839. Beer 


122 SB 








*ioo uo 

r, > 
■* 0C 
:■ ■•, 
■J. - 
h.i *> 
: ■■■ 
60 ."1 
r-. ■> 
.. > 
no 01 
■J in 
w ■- 
*., ... 

f/> <:■ 

«,< >.* 
i) ... 
h>l « 

2*00 

n o<> 

71 

tl 75 

5 3D 
MP 

425 

6 00 

1 20 

1 70 
















W 
W 

8f 

Tl " " 

J< 

Tl 

Di 

W 

E. Roy. 

H.A.Saunders. 

Willis Smith, 

C. C.Morse. 

Chas. B. Coon. 

H. Parmalee. 

R, S. Donaldson. 

Catharine Jones, 

B. N. DoddB- 

flept. 20, 5 nts. ammonia. 6": 2 chamois 
Nov. SO, 7 lb English precept chalk . 

O. Hanratty— 
Supreme Court wafer Honets. repairing 
Aug- 8. 2<v ft. g»lvan1/.<->j i-u-f . I0i- 
3 hrs. Plumber and help, '-or 

1st floor, publlo water closets, repairing 
SepL 2. Plumber and help, i hrs.. 50c 














































































































































1.161 00 


December 3 


water and 
water pip 


ioal' 

1 iU 
32 00 

V. 00 


17E 




Repairing gas pipe and burner Idome)- 
Oet 31, Gas fitter and help. 1J L:s 








3d Hour, slop sink room, repairing ware 


plpe- 






Plumber and help. 8 lirs.. We 

Eepairing water pipe and urinal waste- 
Nov. B, 2 plumbers, each 1 lir* . iik- 




U CO 

2> 

»i M 

■i »o 






State Board Health office— 








Disconnecting gas pipe in vault— 
Nov. T. 2 fittings. 10c 




SO 20 

i so 






C. C. Morse— 

For washing lfit* doz. towels during Nov.. 1889. a 

Jno. M. Bacon- 
June 19, For repairing chain pump, Monroe st. b 

Joho W. Bunn & Co.— 

Aug. 26.31 lbs. imported castlle soap, at 14c .... 


22 86 




llrilne 










A 31 



Incidental Expens es— Continued. 



P. F. Kimble- 

Juoe 8. To S 
July S. ■■ 1 ; 



aitur and watchman. 



January 
January 31 



Culver Marble & Btone Co.— 

To 314 days work palatini steps O 
lng. at ll 76 per day 

I. N. Pearson. Bec'y State— 



■! front o( oapltf I hjfl.l 



W. E. Savage, ohlef janitor , 

J. E. Woods, carpenter 

J. H. Brewer, janitor and watchman... 

W. J. Barnes. 

Samuel Etitoti 

Thomas Embrlt 

Jno. Gladney. 

Thoa. Handy. 

W. A. Merritt, 

E. Boy. 

H. A. Saunders. 

Willis Smith, 

C. C. Morse, 



E, B. Seward— 

For hauling 27 loads □ 
per load 



l State House grounds, s 



, . Hanratty— 

Dee. 3, 1889, Repair! ne n 

See'y State's Office 
Deo. 2.1889, Repairing nfnk and baslu waste, plumbor 



Llring nlnk and haslu waste. p:umn"t 
(I holy, 10 hours IB Ot 



1 :' in. brass plug , 

lOIba. pit: lead 

See'y Bute's office— 
Jan. C.18W, Repairing hasin cock — 



W82 M 
20 25 



n 



). W. Bunn & Co.- 
l boi old C soap. a> »s 
1 " 300 bx. matches .. 



110 
Incident/il Expenses — Continued. 



D«.. 


i»„ 


Amount. 


1890. 
February 


2* 

: 

6 

IS 
19 

27 
31 

1 
SO 


I. • State— 

l of February, 1890— 




71 « 

.„ . 
„. .. 
i.'i i. 
..1 .- 

..! ,. 
^ ,. 

e.\ ■ 

■:■ : 
..■ : 
..: k 

T « 

(.1 1. 
of Feb 




























































































































March 


C. C. Morse— 

For washlnir and ironlne lSy doz. low«.* during month 


•979 00 


March 


Jacob Wheeler— 

For 2,7101b ice furnished Secretary o[ State during mo. 


ofFeb- 






Angus' Leroy— 

l-m 




l - 

8 n 
f« 
i a 














>*»• 
























Chan. H. Long— 




5 90 


March 


Central Culon Telephone Co. - 

1'orsii month!" ;r\i-nL .if :n«t. ■: v.t hi:-'. •• 

servl.e. from Jar, 1. to June 30. lf"J. l'rtn-t 

L N. Jelllson- 


euhvoe <■* 


^™. 












March 


L Btate— 

of March. 1890- 




tioooo 

Tj> 00 

■-■ -a 
go ... 

f.:. — 

■ rj 1.' 

p.. - 
-Ji i.i 
.< .-' 

■A Oil 

■s; ... 

:l i-l 
W .1 














nltor and watchman, i ,. 






































































































April 
April 
April 


Jacob Wheeler— 

For ice furnished during mo. of M*reh. 1890. 2 

C. C. Morse— 

For wafihlosaniilroniEBiSdaz. towels form 

C. C. Moroo— 


860Tb, at 60c 
o. Of March 


98100 

17 16 

18 75 
16 60 



Incidental Expenses — Continued. 



May 

May 
Kay 

May 
May 



Catherine Jones. 

Jaoob Wheeler— 

For 3.1601b Ice furnished during month 

Jno. M. BaooQ— 

Repairing chain pump at Monroe street 

D. B. Rosa— 

For plastering anil whitewashing done 






jf April, l( 
dwelling 
□n Monro 


SO. at 60c 


e street build- 


John W. Bonn— 


Catharine Jones— 

For eervloee aa janltrli at ladles' toilet r 


oom 10 days from May 1, 


O. Hanratty— 
Public water closet let F . Bppairing wasW> rip" 1 — 

Feb. 'U. ShrspIumbvrSOo.. 

Public water closet la I F . royaJrlng water clo*st— 

Feb. 25. 6hre. plumber ire 


in 50 
B50 


Repairing urinal waeti - 




35 


Jno, C. Lamb — 

Jan. 9. Making steel spring fur chair.. 
Hob. 1, Making stool spring for chair. 

Mch.25, Forging steel keys 

Apr. 0, Dressing stfftl wi-ilge ami mai 

I. N. Pearson, Secretary Slate- 
Pay-roll for month of May layo- 
ff. E.Havago.ehlefjanJtor... . 








75 
DOS.. 171 

noooo 








W. J. Barnes 
ThomaaEmbrIt 
John Qladney. 
Thos. Handy. 
W. A. Merritf, 

H. A. Saunders. " 

Willis Smith. 

C. 0. Morse, 

CJms. R. Coon, 

B. S. Donaldson, 

Mary Morrison. 

Jacob Whoeler— 

3.270 pounds Ice furnished during moat 


















































) of May s 


;80o per hun.. 



BM 00 
19*9 



D 



112 



Incidental Expenses — Continued, 



Date. 



Items. 



Aiv.~nnt. 



June 



1890. 



July 



July 



July 
July 
July 

July 



July 



August 



30 



I. N. Pearson. Secretary State- 
Pay-roll for month of June, 1880— 

W. E. Savage, chief janitor 

J. E. Woods, carpenter 

J. M. Brewor, janitor and watchman 

W. J. Barnes, 

Thomas Embrit. 

John Gladney, " 

Thos. Handy, 

W. A. Merritt. 

E.Roy. 

H. A. Saunders, " 

Willis Smith, 

C.C.Morse. 

Chas. R. Coon. 

R. 8. Dona dson, * ' 

Mary Morrison. 



910" 00 
75 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
27 00 



2 



Jacob Wheeler— 

8,660 pounds ice furnished Secretary 
month of June, 1890, at 60c per hundred . . . 



10 



10 



14 



14 



of State during 



O. F. Stebbins— 

March 26, 1 sledge handle 

April 3,2 sledge handles 

4, 1 sledge handle , 

12, 1 steer rake 

19. 1 scythe 

27.2 1&x?b machine bolts , 

1 wood lawn rake 

9.H d"z. l-n> cans Putz pomade. 

12 doz. cotton mops 



Ma 7 



June 



10 20 
40 
20 
50 
75 
06 
35 
300 

21 00 



T. E. Smith— 

For use of horse on lawn mower 136 days. 



E. F. Gehlman— 

To 18 hours labor putting up platform in House, at 30c per hr 

Central Union Telephone Co.— 

Rent of investment 6 months, from July 1 to Deo. 31, 1890; 
Printer Expert. , 



James L. Hudson— 
1889. 

30,1 6-ln. hinge hasp 

1 padlock 

2 2 fc x % b ol ts 

16,1 gross 234 No. 14 round head screws. 

2 bolts 

19,1 paper double pointed tacks. 

19,1 

25.2 



July 
Aug. 



Oct. 
Dec. 

1890. 
Jan. 



• < 

> * 



* • 
• « 






Apr. 
June 



7,3 gross screws 

17,5 look spindles 

7,116 tt> 2 point B. wire 

18,39* n> braided sash cord. 

1 M> 3d line wire nail 

3 doz. screw eyes 

23,3& doz. " 



W. L. Sackett— 

18 To repairing 2 typewriters 

100 sheets 8x13 cabinet carbon paper. 



I. N. Pearson, Sec'y State- 
Pay roll for month of July, 1890— 
W. E. Savage, chief janitor $100 



J. E. Woods, carpenter. 

J. M. Brewer, janitor and watchman.. 

W. J. Barnes, 

Thoma- Embrit, 

John Gladn«»y. 

Thos. Handy, 

W. A. Merritt, 

E. Roy, 

H. A. Saunders, 

Willis Smith, 



90 25 


30 


10 


75 


10 


10 


10 


20 


1 68 


50 


620 


150 


05 


30 


35 


834 40 


625 


$100 00 


75 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 00 


60 GO 



9922 00 
2196 



26 45 
160 

540 
24 00 



12 48 



40 60 



113 



Incidental Expenses — Continued. 



Mary Morrison. 



8. S. Elder 4 Co.- 
Jan. 11, To cutting oornloe up and bolts.. 
July 23, " bottoms on 12 water [.alio 



_,4 days' work on roof. 

■' 170 tb lend (10. 20, 7d It. ■■ ;.!■ r. 817 .M) 

"M lb copper (10. lOftG 1. all? and •■IIjuwh. It 

3 doz. bolts tl, charcoal XL>. . .. ... 

acid (1,75, 3 doz. gas pipe beads (I 

. A. Drew Glaus Co.— 

1890. 
July S, Two plates S3i73 



123 IS 
28 0H 



iepalrlnf 
I lawn sp 



i. id floor, plumber 3 



23, Repairing i 

noor-Tgi.- -.- 

S plumbum, eacb 4 bourn. Mo.. 

July a.llawn sprinkler 

1 reduoer. It<x4( 

1 1J4 In. »pr»y 



Secretary Utatp's officii— 

July 3.1 box wax tapers 

SO.Ropairing urinal pipe CtdP. I; 9 plumbers each 



19 35 

17 2(1 



of August, 1890— 
let janitor 

I tor and wa:nhman. 



Jacob Wheoler— 



4,990 ft Ice furnished P. > . State during n 



September 
September 1 



nSeo'y. of BWtes office. . 



37 42 
100 00 



Baker & Bakor— 
Monroe street dwelling- 
Jnly ».l- ■■ "■ - 1 - 



a po. ','.-18. A. AB..19.. 
1 po. Vi-14, A. £B.,7,. 
12 ft. line, H ft. olr flg.... 



114 

Incidental Expenses— Continued. 

B. N. Dodds- 

Doc. 30. Alcohol. 25o; borai, 10c; sol soda, 60; Ivory 

soap. 10c 10 50 

1890. 

Feb. 10, SpoiiKe, 50c; 122) 6 ft muriatic aeld.500 

April 11,11 lb nutty. ««:!Muy 20! !ii.onge,!Bc 

June 11,1 qt. olive oil, Wo; 1 ft oxalic acid. 35c 

C. O. Morse— 

For washing and ironing 16 doz. towels 

Wm. Drake— 

I. For one tank as per contract 

1890— 

«.. . 

7500 

'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 00 00 

6000 

WOO 

0000 

6000 

saw 

6000 

6000 

mm 

woo 

2600 



September 30 
So pt ember 



S3 M 

12.00 



115 



D 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE. (DOME.) 



January 15. 189. Balanc on hand 52,213 99 

Amount expended from Jan. 15, 1889 to Sept 30, 1889 1,464 65 

Amount lapsed into State Treasury Oct. 1, 1889 1759 84 



Date. 


Items. 


Amounl. 


1889. 
August 


6 
30 

30 
30 


J. 
S. 

S. 
8. 


C. Moor head— 

6 days' labor in lantern of dome and material . 

8. Elder— 
1889. 

Acid, $2.00 -nails, 25c; 2 iron braces. $4.00; on dome 
Charcoal, $8. oo; jack screws, $3.00; oil.25e; " 
58$ da 8, at S3.no, 8, 75.60; 70 days. at $4.00, 1280.00; 

200 res. paint $20.00 ; 5 gal oil, 83.25 


$10 00 
14 90 


$24 90 


September 


$18 75 

625 

1125 

455 50 
25 00 
23 25 
13 75 
10 00 
76 34 




1.000 bolts, $12 00: dryer, $1.75 






Repairing pulley on flag: staff 






S. Elder— 

200 lbs. solder 


640 09 


September 


$735 00 
40 00 




S. Elder— 

For 165 ft. cable wire 


T75 00 
24 75 


September 













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116 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE. (OUTSIDE WALL.) 



Jan. 15. 1889— Balance on hand 

Amount lapsed into State treasury Oct. 1, 1889. 



$14 00 
14 00 



REPAIRS TO STATE HOUSE. (ROOF.) 



Jan. 15, 1889— Balance an hand $221 00 

Amount expended from Jan. 15, 1889. to Sept. 90, 1889 90 05 

Amount lapsed into State treasury Oct 1, 1889 190 95 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1889. 
August 2 


J. C. Morehead— 

9 ¥i days labor and material used in repairing gutters main roof 
of building k . . 


$90 05 









IRON COLUMNS. (LIBRARY.) 



Appropriation July 1, 1889 



which none was expended Oct. 1, 1890. 



$1,300 00 



APPROPRIATION FOR CARPET. (LIBRARY.) 



Appropriation July 1, 1889 .'.... $150 00 

Amount expended 150 00 




1889. Springfield Carpet Co.— 

November 28 For State Library, 80 yrds. carpet, 85c 



1890. 
January 



22 



$68 00 



John Bressmer— 

Dec.#, 61 & yrds. carpot, $1, 



38M yrds. border, 50c. 
1 pair curtains 



61 50 

19 13 

1 87 



82 00 



APPROPRIATION FOR GUTTERS, STATE HOUSE GROUNDS. 



Appropriation. July 1, IBM *1,1H3 20 

Amount expended 1,32713 

Oct. 1, 1890. Amount unexpended til 07 



Date. 


i»».. 


Amount. 


November 30 


H. C. Irw: 

Nov. B7.S0; 94R.iain.pipe. 

16110 

e.wi: 2 pos. ia cones. 






jBCement.at 35a 32^0; 

Not. B to IJH. 133.60; sell 4 days, 

:, S3', city laying pave- 

W. H. Odlorne— 


(137 90 




Culver Marble &. Stone Co.- 




1890. 
January » 

Hay B 


Jno. C. Lamb— 
1880. 

■■ ao.Toasfi ,r 10 oi 

John Oamplin— 


11 w 


Fart payment lor putting In gutters Inside ooplng State House 




June 30 

July IB 
July 18 


Wm-Hartwle— 

For bauUnf dirt gradiwt grounds, 4X days at 13 per day (IS 78 

H. 0, Irwin & Bro.— 

To build sewer and catch basins west side State House grounds. 

E.L. Martin— 

For material and labor putting In gutters Inside ooplns State 


14 St 

48 SB 









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118 



APPROPRIATION FOR TERRACE, SOUTH SIDE GROUNDS. 



Appropriation July 1, 1889. 
Amount expended 



8100 00 
90 00 



Octl.lHOn. Amount unexpended $10 00 



Date. 


Items. 


Amount. 


1890. 
February 28 


E. B. Seward— 

For manure and labor on State House unrounds 


190 00 


April 3 


E. B. 8ewa»d— 

Tnrracing and sodding south side grounds 


SO 00 


April 8 


E. B. Reward- 


10 00 









119 



D 



APPROPRIATION FOR STONE WALKS, EAST FRONT 

CAPITOL. 



Appropriation July 1,1889 96,600 00 

Amount expended 6,600 00 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 
September 80 



October 11 

October 18 

October 18 

November S 

November 15 

November 27 

November 90 



December 
December 
December 



8 

5 

81 



The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for work done on stone walk on east front of 
of oapitol building 

The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for work done on contract, stone walk, east 
front of capitol grounds 

The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for work laying and grading stone walk east 
front capitol 

The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for stone furnished east front capitol on con- 
tract 

The Culver Marble and l3tone Co.— 

Part payment for stone furnished on stone pavement east 
front capitol bui Iding 



The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for work done on stone walk, east front 



The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for stone furnished and work done on stone 
walk, east front 



The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for work done and material furnished on stone 
walk, east front 



The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment stone walk, east front State House grounds.... 

The Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 

Part payment for stone walk, east front 



The Culver Marhle and Stone Co. 

Balance due for laying stone walk, east front, in full. 



1300 00 
500 00 
200 00 

1,000 00 

675 00 
850 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

100 00 

975 00 

1,000 00 



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120 



APPROPRIATION FOR TREES, STATE HOUSE GROUNDS. 



Appropriation July 1,1889 
Amount expended 



October 1, 1890, amount unexpended 



$400 00 
148 04 



$256 96 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1890. 



May 



May 
May 



8 



1G 



23 



Baker & Baker- 
Boxing trees— 



Jan. 8,1 po. %xl5%, 12. poplar — 

1 pc. %x\GH. 12, T ' 5129 

1 keg 20d com. nails 2 50 



Apr. 17, 300 ft. 16 in. fcg. fig 
24, fc bu. lime. 



600 
25 



O. W. Oretors— 

For 23 trees set in oapitol grounds, at II 

Ambrose Martell— * 

1890. 

May 1, Hard maple trees set out and guaranteed to grow, at 
12.50 



110 04 
28 00 

110 00 



121 



D 



APPROPRIATION FOR HYDRANTS AND PIPE. 



Appropriation July 1,1889 1600 00 

Amount expended 516 15 

October 1. 1890, amount unexpended $83 8 




1890. 



May 



O. Hanratty— 
1890. 
Mar. 89, Contract on 2 in. water pipe, IX hydrants 

or street washers $399 00 

Extra pipe, n. w. oor. 60 ft. 2 in. gal. pipe 

complete, S7o 18 60 

N. £. cor. 23 ft. gal. pipe complete, 87c 8 61 

Contract on— 

200 ft. Ik 8 ply high pressure hose 66 00 

2 ft. IX nose pipe, 12 4 00 

4 prsl* couplings, 51c 2 04 

4 pre. IX ©lamps, 46c 1 80 

2 No. 4 hose reels, $10.85 2170 

11X stand pipe at street washer 1 00 

1 6 in. copper sprinkler, 1 4 in. copper sprink- 
ler 4 00 



$516 15 



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122 



APPROPRIATION FOR GRADING GROUNDS. 



Appropriation July 1, 1889 $375 00 

Amount expended 875 00 




1889. 
October 

November 
November 
November 
November 
December 

December 

1890. 
June 



29 

9 
16 
26 
30 
7 
7 
18 



J. 8. Culver— 

To time of men and teams grading grounds at east 

front of Capitol building 188 92 

Less $4 . 00 by tickets 4 00 



Culver Marble and Stone Co.— 
Grading and repairing grounds 



James Dowhen— 

Part payment on grading and sodding grounds at State House. 

James Dowhen— 

Part payment for grading and sodding 



James Dowhen— 

Part payment on grading grounds 

Wm. Hart wick- 
Grading grounds 



E. B. Seward— 

Grading and sodding grounds 

Veach Jones— 

For work on Capitol grounds . 



934 92 


150 00 


75 00 


50 00 


20 82 


16 50 


27 26 


100 



APPROPRIATION FOR PAINTING AND REPAIR OF OUT- 
SIDE WOODWORK, ETC. 



Date. 


i..... 


Amount 


1890. 


J. Ruokel— 


fli 00 
6 00 

15 
5 50 

s w 

30 
650 

720 
5 U0 
5 04 
2 50 
336 

2 10 

4 00 

811 75 

230 

8 75 

11 88 

3 75 

4 90 
75 

850 

1 So 

9 no 

25 
168 78 

12 31 




































June 1. *4 do*. I'j-in brushes. 83 
6, whtiins. A .i0;in>a. Blue. 

n.am.. 






4 sal. aspbulium.SH.60. . . . 
" 19. IJ"- .-:i ro ... -v 






I**. Voo. rod. 60c: Sigal 

P. F. Kimble- 
1890. 
May 12,To25I»B. black, 17c. 84.25; IfJOlbB. ochre, 8»0, 


860 25 




To IS IBs. whiting. 2o. SOu; 10 lbs. Ind. red, 200. 






ToBeal. drysr. SI. 00. 85.00; Seal. turp..55c,82.7S; 

Scan!.. 81.00 

To sash cools. 18c. 81. 08; Ground brushes.* 1.80. 

'■ 13.Tot.fln-ti.-fi. 7.^; 2 tts. beonwai. 75o; 5 sal. B. 












" 14, , '2saL varnish. 84. 25 






"Sronnd brushes. 82.0O.Bfi.O0: 1 kaL brush.83. 






" 81, " lbnjsb.fS.00; 1 round brush.82.00 5 00 

June 25, ', Scans, 50c. 81. 60: 4 lbs. blank. 68o; 

Bifcs.Ind.red.2iio.81.00 3 18 

" M ml. turn.. 17o; S sal. dryer, 

«f».IB.04 827 


51 « 



D 124 

Appropriation for Painting, Repairs, Etc. — Continued. 



Herman Struck - 

For drnyajjte to 75 

" l palm dipper SB 

■■ l varnish bucket X 

"lfttwine SI 

" 1 gross BOrews 80 

" freight on tools . .. . IN 

" using tools 6 00 

Baker 4 Baker- 
May lB.SOOft white lead S14 SO 

Seal raw oil 3 SB 

3 3x10x18. 64 ft.; 2 8ill!xlH.73ft.; 4 4x4x16. 84 ft— 

210 ft , S67 

10 sal. rawoll . ... 8 70 

'■ lfl.Wfb whilolaad WOO 

" 29.4001b 2500 

lOgaLraw oil 6 71 

June 10, " 4 OS 

■' 24,5galboilfd o:. .... ... ... 350 

1 6-gaL cao — 75 

Zimmerman A Prouty- 

March 1,10ft red Inad, at lOo tl 00 

" 89, It pt shellac 25 

I. S. PearsoQ. Secretary of Stale— 
"ay-roll for painting done aa follows— 

May 17.N. ?. W. Buchanan, in days, at taw ... til 15 

Theodore Cannon. 4 " .. . 10 00 

8 •' 500 

is. 8 " IN 

4 •' 1000 

1. 4 •' ... 10 00 

W* "■ 937 

■' 8.50.. 81 00 

6 •■ 4.00... ... 3400 

oan. 6 " 3.50 . IE 00 

DO. 8 •■ 1600 

■• 1500 

OS. 6 " IS 00 

" . 1ft 00 

c « •■ 1SO0 

■lonnr. ncapien, 4^ ... .. 1135 

" SI, Herman Stru,-'.;. 8 -- (.00 3100 

N. J. W. Buchanan. 4 " 3.50 .. 10 00 

T. W. Oannon, 5 " I8 60 

W. 8. Bonnoll. 4 •• 10 00 

John D. WllllnroB. B " 18 50 

John W. Myers, 5 " 18 H 

Amos O. Carson. fi " 13 B0 

John Staple*, B •' is so 

June 7, 6 " 4«o 3000 

n, 6 • 1B0..... IIIK 

6 13S0 

f '• ... 1600 

6 •' .... 1500 

E •' ... 1500 

6 *■ 15 00 

JohnHtaplns. fi " IBM 

'■ 14. Herman Str irk. 6 •■ 4. 00 , MM 

N. J. W. Buchanan, SS* " 8.B0 8 7B 

T. W. Cannon. « •• IS 00 

W. 8. Bonnell. '• ... IB 00 

JohnD. Williams. 6 " 1B00 

John W. Myers, fi " ISM 

Smos O, Carson. " IBM 

ohn J. Staples, 6 " 15 00 

Peter Burns. '• 16 00 

A. C. Curry, fi ISM 

" Si.Herauui Struct. 6 " 4. on 34 00 

N. J. W. Buchanan. 6 " 8.50 I860 

T. W. Cannon. B " 1SE0 

JohnD. Williams. S ... 13 60 

John W. Myers. 6 " i8 60 

Amos O. Carson. E " I8 60 

John J. Staples. 6 " 13 B0 

PeterBurns. 6 •' 18 B0 

A.C.Curry. B ,- 13 50 



Appropriation for Painting, Repaiiv, Etc. — Continued. 



6 diiv »• 34 00 184 UO 

S •■ 8.5" . .. 12 50 

4 " 1000 

G •• 1250 

G " 1260 

G " 1260 

5 ■* 1250 

6 •' ..... 1250 

3« .... 875 

4J4 " . .... .. 1125 

1!* '■ 1125 

day 7 bre. at «.». 

Baker & Baker- 
May l,33pc.lx4xlS8,8 .. 

50 po. 1x0x11. So. 1 

" 8,1 kec8d com. nails 

" 19,2 aacke enni'-o 1 

June S,20pc 1x12x12, No 1R„ 

80 pc. 1x18x10. So. IB 

14 P0. 2x4x20. 

7pc.Kx4.H8 

Xi n> white load 

July 7,97 ft. S4-ineh poplar 

130 43 
Returned 25 pc. 1x12x10 R.. nailed: 12 pc. 1x12x12 
ft. R.. nailed; 4 pc 4x4x1* ; 1 pc. 8x13x18 

J. Ruokel— 

July Wtt lamp black, 20o 12 00 

8 brushes, 31.00; l nt dryer. 40c: 1 can. 100 

H sal. tnrp.. 80c; Sfb lamp black, fl. 00 

1 pt. dryer, 800 ; sand-paper, 20o 

*5 20 

Cr. by returns, viz.; 6 ft lamp black, 01.00; pt. 
dryer, 20o 



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126 



APPROPRIATION FOR THE PURCHASE OF DYNAMOS, 

MACHINERY, APPLIANCES, ETC. 



Appropriation July 1, 1889 $4, 000 00 

Amount expended 8, 541 84 

October 1, 1890, amount unexpended $458 16 



Date. 



Items. 



'Amount. 



1889. 
July 27 

August 23 

September 2 

October 15 



October 22 



October 
October 



October 
December 



21 



24 



October 29 



29 



E. L. Martin— 

To making artificial stone or concrete floor in electric engine 
room 14x20 ft. square, at 20c per ft 

A. L. Ide & Son- 
Part payment for dynamos, machinery and other appliances 
furnished under contract 



B. H. Armbruster— 
To 2 dynamo covers. 
To 1 engine cover . . 



Baker & Baker- 
Sept. 9, 1 bbl. Portland cement . . 
17, 1 sack Louisville cemen* 



37 50 
600 


$4 00 

40 



John 0. Lamb- 
Electric light dept— 
1889. 

Aug. 9, 1 brass oil pump 94 50 

* ' 27, 3 K-inch nipples, 9c ; 1 K-inch Am. union, 15c : 

1 bush.5c 29 

1 }*- Inch ell, 2c; i %. inch un. cock, 30c 32 

Sept. 2,1 No. 4 Lyman exhaust head 25 00 

Ex 1 ra fitting for same 50 

' ' 30, Cutting brass nut and repg. hammer 75 

1 speed indicator 75 

Hauling load of carbon 25 



A. L. Ide & Son— 

Bal. due on dynamos, engines, lamps, etc. 

Springfield Electric Light and Power Co.— 

Fori M. 7x16x12 carbons 

For H lb okonlte tape 

For % lb Grimshaw tape 

For 12 break knobs, 5c 



$12 00 
75 
75 
60 



A. L. Ide & Son— 

Aug. 6, 1 M 7x16x12 carbons 

1 M 7x16x7 carbons 

1 set engine oilers 

5$ ft of extra wainscotting. 

The Electric Supply Co.— 

1 Ellis oil filter 



912 00 

700 

5 00 

52 78 



James L. Hudson— 

Aug. 7,1 pr. gas pliers 

,r 20, 16 sheets emery paper. 

•• 22,1 pr. pliers 

" 28,1 pr. shears 



•0 50 

35 

200 

75 



856 00 



2,000 00 



13 50 



4 40 



32 96 

1.178 00 



14 10 



76 75 
25 00 



127 



D 



Dynamos. Machinery, Etc. — Continued. 




1889. 
December 



December 5 



1890. 
January 



July 



July 



6 



February 


11 


February 


11 


April 


S 



John L. Hudson— Continued. 
Sept. 13,1 4-in. screwdriver. 
1 6- In. screw driver. 

1 hook and eye 

'• 16,1 desk lock 

1 hand bellows 

17, 1 wrench 



Oct. 



7,2 pr, 2^ wrought butts. . . 
2 No. 158 cupboard locks. 



1 pr. 6-in.Osborn gas pliers. 



90 30 
60 
60 



Less 1 pr. gas pliers returned. 



$1 60 
50 



Oct. 30, 1 drawer lock 

' ' 31, hammer handle 

1 box Putz pomade . 

Nov. 2, 1 vise 

" 23. file handles 

2 pr. pliers 

25, waste 

27,8 flies 

2 spools brass wire. 



« < 
« < 



The National Carbon Co.— 

Nov. 8,1,000 pr. 7-16x12 and 7 plain molded. 
1,000 7-16x12 plain molded 



John C. Lamb— 
1889. 

Oct i.Tolfcft fc-in purity packing, 60o 

* • 19, To 8 tt-in. reducers. 3c, 24c ; 4 &-in. nipples, 3c, 12o 

"21, To 1 14-in. 2d out file 

' ' 22, To making steel clamps for brushes 

Nov. 4, To 3 pieces 36 in. 1-in. pipe (36 in. long each) .... 
• ' 4, To 2 pieces 1-in. pipe 48 in. long. 90o ; 3 1-in. caps, 

6c, 18c ; 3 1-in. couplings. 8o, 2lc 

' • 4, To cutting 8 1-in. threads, 8c, 64c ; 12 ft-in washers, 

10c 

4, To 2 6xfc-in. bolts, 10c ; 1 3fex)£-in. bolt, 4c 

8, To drilling and putting screw in carbon feeder.. 
Doe. 23, To planing brass pieces for brushes 

W. Freeman— 
For freight and drayage on 3 boxes carbons 



4 I 
« 4 



National Carbon Co.— 
1800. 
Feb. 4, For 3,000 7-16x12 plain molded carbons at 110. 



Cr. by screw tap returned. 



National Carbon Co.— 

4.000 7-16x12 plain molded, 10.50 

2,000 7-16x17 plain molded, 95.50 

Pat Hlgglna— 

Freight and drayage on 6 boxes carbons 



90 35 

40 

05 
1 00 
1 00 
1 00 



100 
. r 
10 
25 

8 50 
25 

150 
10 

185 
30 



915 00 
10 00 



90 75 

36 

35 

150 

1 00 

1 32 

74 
14 
SO 
50 



A. L. Ide & Son— 

Nov. 26,12 No. 10 machine screws, 88c; 12 No. 6 machine 

screws, 28c 90 66 

1 No, 10 screw tap. 24c 24 

Deo. 28, 1 small pinion and spring for Fuller lamp 60 



9150 
24 



938 00 
1100 



921 75 



25 00 



696 
193 

30 00 



1 26 

49 00 
5 80 



D 



128 



APPROPRIATION FOR VAULTS. (FURNISHINGS). 



Jan. 15,1889— Balance on hand 9925 87 

Appropriation July, 1889 1,250 00 

Total "©.175 87 

Amount expended , 1, 984 25 

Oct. 1, 1890— Amount unexpended $191 62 



Date. 



Items. 



Amount. 



1889. 
September 27 



November 14 



December 28 



Fenton Metallic Mfg. Co.— 

Part payment for 17 orates iron files for vaults Seo'y. State's 
office 

Fenton Metallic Mfg. Co.— 

Balance due on vault furniture furnished under contract 

Springfield Carpet Co.— 
TorBtate Vault- 
12 yards linoleum, St. 00 



$925 87 
1,046 88 

12 00 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OF THE 




TO THE 



GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS, 



November 1, 1890. 



SPRINGFIELD, ILL.: 
H. W. Rokkeb, State Pbinteb and Binder. 

1890. 



BIENNIAL REPORT. 



Auditor's Office, Illinois, 

Springfield, November 1, 1890. 

To Hon. Joseph W. Fifer, Governor of Illinois: 

Sir— I have the honor to submit herewith a report of the 
transactions of the Revenue Department of my office for the 
fiscal years ending September 30, 1889, and September 30, 1890. 

The arrangement is by tabular statements, as follows: 

1. Receipts and disbursements of General Revenue Fund. 

2. Receipts and disbursements of Special State Funds. 

3. Detail of warrants drawn on the Treasury for all purposes. 

4. Recapitulation of warrants drawn on the Treasury. 

5. Warrants outstanding October 1, 1888, and September 30, 1890. 

6. Condition of School, College and Seminary Funds. 

7. Fees collected and paid into the State Treasury. 

8. Summary of the State Treasurer's account with the several State 

Funds. 

9. School Tax Fund and Interest on the School Fund, distributed to 

the several counties, for the years 1888 and 1889. 

10. Aggregate amount of State taxes charged on tax books for the year 

1888, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount 
collected, and the amount received at the State Treasury on ac- 
count thereof. 

11. Aggregate amount of State taxes charged on tax books for the year 

1889, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount 
collected, and the amount received at the State Treasury on ac- 
count thereof. 

12. School Fund tax charged on the tax books of 1888, showing the abate- 

ments and net amount realized to State Treasury, etc. 

13. School Fund tax charged on the tax books of 1889, showing the abate- 

ments and net amount realized to State Treasury, etc. 

14. State, County and Local taxes charged on the tax books of 1888. 

15. State, County and Local taxes charged on the tax books of 1889. ' 



/ 



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16. Statement showing the per cent, of forfeitures and insolvencies on 

account of State tax, for the years 1870, 1875, 1880, 1881, 1882, 1883, 
1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888 and 1889, in the various counties. 

17. Statement showing per cent, of total amount of State tax collected 

for the years 1870 to 1889, inclusive, paid by each of the various 
counties. 

18. Statement showing the average rate of taxation in the several coun- 

ties for the years 1882 to 1889, inclusive. 

19. Statement of property assessed in the several counties for the year 

1889. 

20. Rate per cent, of addition to or deduction from the assessed value of 

each class of property in each county of the State, 'as determined 
by the State Board of Equalization, on the assessment of 1889. 

21. Railroad property in the several counties, as assessed and equalized 

for the year 1889. 

22. Aggregate equalized assessment of Railroad property for the year 1889. 

23. "Capital Stock" assessments made by the State Board of Equalization 

for the year 1889. 

24. Statement of the equalized assessment of all taxable property in the 

several counties for the year 1889. 

25. Statement of property assessed in the several counties for the year 

1890. 

26. Rates per cent, of addition to or deduction from the assessed value 

of each class of property in each county in the State, as determined 
by the State Board of Equalization, on the assessment of 1890. 

27. Statement showing the proportion of the total equalized assessments of 

taxable property in the various counties, for the years 1878 to 1890, 
inclusive, assessed on Beal and Personal property, respectively. 

28. Statement of the aggregate equalized assessments of taxable property 

in the several counties in the State for the years 1873 and 1878 to 
1890 inclusive. 

29. Railroad property in the several counties, as assessed and equalized 

for the year 1890. 

30. Aggregate equalized assessment of Railroad property for the year 1890. 

31. "Capital Stock" assessments made by the State Board of Equalization 

for the year 1890. 

32. Statement of the equalized assessment of all taxable property in the 

several counties for the year 1890. 

33. Statement of Bonds issued by Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns, 

registered in Auditor's office, in pursuance of an act entitled 
"An act to fund and provide for paying the Railroad Debts of 
Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns,*" in force April 16, 1869. 

34. Statement of Bonds registered in pursuance of the original act of 

February 13, 1865. 

35. Statement of Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of February 

13, 1865, as amended by acts of April 27, 1877, and June 4, 1879. 



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36. Statement of Drainage District Bonds registered in pursuance of the 

act of June 27, 1885. 

• 

37. Statement of Bonds issued by Commissioners of Sny Island Levee (of 

Adams, Pike and Calhoun counties) in pursuance of act of April 
24, 1871, and registered in the Auditor's office under act of April 
9, 1872. 

38. Abstract of the accounts of the State Treasurer with the several 

Local Registered Bond Funds of Counties, Townships, Cities and 
Towns. 

39. Aggregate amount of taxes charged on account of Local Bond 

Funds, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., and the 
amount paid over by Collectors for each locality, for the year 188i8. 

40. Aggregate amount of taxes charged on account of Local Bond Funds, 

the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount 
collected, the amount paid State Treasurer, and the amount re- 
maining unpaid for each locality, for the year 1889. 

41. Statement of the condition of Trust Companies as shown by report 

of examinations. 

42. Table of balances of Appropriations made by the Thirty-fifth Gen- 

eral Assembly, unexpended October 1, 1888, amount of warrants 
since drawn thereon, and amounts which lapsed into Treasury 
September 30, 1889. 

43. Table of Appropriations made by the Thirty-sixth General Assembly, 

showing amount of warrants drawn thereon, respectively, and 
balances unexpended September 30, 1890. 

44. Statement showing the condition of State Banks as shown by quar- 

terly reports made to the State Auditor. 

45. Statement of awards made by the Commission of Claims. 



SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS AT THE 

STATE TREASURY. 



Funds. 



Amount 

in Treasury 

October 1, 

1888. 



Amount 

reoev'd from 

Ocr. 1,1888, 

to Sept 30, 

1890, 
inclusive. 



Amount 



Amount 
disbursed 

inclusive. 



Revenue 

State 8chool 

Delinquent Land Tax. 

Unknown and Minor HeirB 

Aggregate State Funds 

Aggregate Local Bond Funds 

Totals. 



S2.919.290 04 

306.224 43 

331 06 

13,832 60 



83.239,678 13 
599,539 09 



85,367,777 30 
2,137,883 81 



1,332 52 



87.506,993 63 
2.914,341 76 



$4,759,853 90 
2.129,852 02 



409 W 



86,890,115 26 
2,924,969 36 



83.839,217 22 910,421,335 39 



89,815.081 62 



83,527.213 44 

314.256 22 

381 06 

14,755 78 



83,856,556 50 
588.911 49 



$4,445,467 99 



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VI 



WARRANTS DRAWN ON TREASURY. 

On the first day of October, 1888, there were Treasury warrants outstand- 
ing amounting to 

During the two years ending with September 30, 1890, 11,161 warrants were 
drawn on the several funds, aggregating. 

Total 

Of the above the State Treasurer paid prior to October 1, 1890 

Leaving warrants outstanding at date last named 



312.397 06 
9,825.510 00 



89.837,907 06 
9,815,086 16 



922,822 44 



The warrants drawn may be classified as follows: 



Agricultural, Horticultural and Pisoicultural 

Charitable 

Commerce. Mining and Labor Statistics 

Commission of Claims, expense of 

Executive 

Educational 

Judioial 

Legislative 

Local Bond Fund Disbursements 

Military. 

Minor Heirs 

Monumental and Lincoln Homestead 

Penal and. Reformatory 

Refunding warrants and corrections 

State Board of Equal J zation. 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Live Stock Commissioners and State Veterinarian 
State Debt 

TotaL 



2. 

2. 
2. 



$83,361 46 

410,415 46 

81,977 98 

<i.840 15 

315,649 81 

336,649 48 

631,201 08 

293,263 25 

924,969 36 

210,345 50 

409 84 

53,243 36 

393.716 64 

1,259 28 

19,580 10 

25.248 07 

33,671 68 

3,708 00 



S9.825.510 00 



BALANCES OF ALL FUNDS IN STATE TREASURY OCTO- 
BER 1, 1890. 



TRUST FUNDS. 

Local Bond Funds 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund 

Delinquent Land Tax Fund 

STATE FUNDS. 

General Bevenue Fund 

State School Fund 



8588,911 49 

14,755 78 

331 06 



S3.527.213 44 
314.256 22 



9603,998 33 



3,841.469 66 



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ESTIMATED EXPENSES OF THE STATE GOVERNMENT 
FROM OCTOBER 1, 1890, TO JULY 1, 1891. 



For th° pay of members and officers, and expenses of the 37th 
General Assembly; the Executive Departments, for pay of 
officers, clerk hire, office expenses, etc., and for the Judicial 
Department, for salaries of judges and attorneys, and ex- 

pellf 



penses of the Supreme and Appellate courts 

For balance of appropriations to State charitable, educational, 
penal and reformatory institutions 

For balance of miscellaneous appropriations, including Board 
of Public Charities, Board of Railroad and Warehouse Com- 
missioners, State Board of Equalisation, State Horticultural 
Society, Historical Society and Natural History Museum, 
Bureau of Labor Statistics, State Board of Health, Live 
Stock Commissioners, conveying convicts to and from Pen- 
itentiary and Reform School, Fugitives from Justice, Fish 
Commissioners, Illinois Dairyman s Association and Special 
Appropriations- 

For expenses of Illinois National Guard 

For services and expense* of County Superintendents of 
Schools, clerk hire and office expenses of State Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction 



•The above expenses are payable from funds aa follows, viz.: 

General Revenue Fund 

8 tate School Fund 



1829,998 83 
49.548 79 



2,882,528 14 
107,280 95 



9650,458 62 
1.352,522 40 



107,280 95 



92,489.754 09 
2,489,754 09 



* Not*.— See pages 802-807 for table of unexpended balances of existing appropriations. 



ASSESSMENT AND EQUALIZATION. 

Statements Nos. 19 and 25 detail the assessments by Local 
Assessors for the years 1889 and 1890. The following tables 
show the aggregate assessments and equalization for those 
years: 

FOB THE YEAB 1889. 





Assessed in counties by Local 
Assessors. 


Assessed by State Board 
of Equalization. 






Personal 
property. 


Lands. 


Town and 
city lots. 


Railroads. 


Capital 
stock of cor- 
porations. 


Total 


Equalized.... 


9143,462.889 
146,952,589 


1348,923,771 
881,549,890 


f219,188,416 
237,485,556 


871,352,453 
71,852,458 


$1,857,545 
4,857,545 


9787.725,024 
792.197,542 



FOB THE YEAB 1890. 





Assessed in counties by Local 
Assessors. 


Assessed by S ate Board 
of Equalization. 






Personal 
property. 


Lands. 


Town and 
city lots. 


Railroads. 


Capital 
stock of cor- 
porations. 


Total 


equalized.... 


8142,863.136 
142.201.091 


8846,119,238 
831,156.217 


8238,567,833 
256.889,169 


972.974.896 
72,974,396 


86,671.909 
6,671.909 


8807.196.012 
808,892,782 



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COMPARISON OF THE ASSESSMENT OF LIVE STOCK FOR THE YEARS 

1889 AND 1890. 



5 


Horses. 


Cattle. 


Mules & Asses. 


Sheep. 


Hogs. 




No. 


Assessed 
value. 


No. 


Assessed 
value. 


No. 


Assess'd 
value. 


No. 


Assess'd 
value. 


No. 


Assess'd 
value. 


1889. 
1890.. 


1055.474 
1.108,376 


925,549.040 
25.450,782 


2.448.262 
2.372.475 


916.137.936 
15.244.712 


98.245 
93.901 


92,402.920 
2.200,813 


546,496 
631.842 


9534,241 
646.382 


2,172.322 
2,637.268 


93,294.587 
3.656,028 



STATE TAXES LEVIED. 

The Thirty-sixth General Assembly, by l, An act to provide 
the necessary revenue for State purposes, " approved May 27, 
1889, authorized taxation to raise for General State purposes 
one million seven hundred thousand dollars on the assessment 
for the year 1889, and one million seven hundred thousand 
dollars on the assessment for the year 1890; and for State 
School purposes, one million dollars "on the assessment for each 
of the years 1889 and 1890. 

The rates per cent, required to produce the amounts thus 
authorized to be raised were, in accordance with the provisions 
of said act, computed by the Governor and Auditor, as follows : 
On each one hundred dollars of the equalized assessment for the 
year 1889, for general State purposes, twenty-four cents; for 
State school purposes, fourteen cents. On each one hundred 
dollars of the equalized assessment for the year 1890, for gen- 
eral State purposes, twenty-two and one-half cents ; for State 
school purposes, thirteen and one-half cents, thus making the 
aggregate rate of State tax for 1889 thirty-eight cents, and 
for 1890 thirty-six cents. 

AGGREGATE OF TAXES CHARGED ON TAX BOOKS FOR 

1888 AND 1889. 



For the year 1888. 


For the year 1889. 


State taxes 


$3,526,608 19 
4.807.655 76 
1.637,865 48 
8, 238.602 02 

12.260.252 08 


State taxes 


93,075,600 55 




County taxes 


5,048.138 42 


Registered Bond Fund taxes... 


Registered Bond Fund taxes ... 
City taxes 


1.435,025 44 
8,902,086 11 


Town, District, etc.. taxes 


Town, District, etc., taxes 

Total 


12,360,093 06 


Total 


€80,470,983 53 


$30,820,943 58 









STATE BONDED DEBT. 

The principal of the bonded debt of the State outstanding 
October 1, 1888, was $23,100.00. 

On the 29th day of January. 1890, New Internal Improve- 
ment Stock Interest Bonds Nos. 2o47, 2548 and 2549, for 
$1,000.00 each, and No. 2550, for $600.00— amounting in the 



IX ±* 

aggregate to $3,600.00— payable after 1877— were paid under 
special appropriation made by act approved May 25, 1889, 
leaving the bonded debt of the State outstanding October 1, 
1890, $19,500.00. 

The bonds called in by the Governor's proclamation, which 
have ceased to draw interest, but have not yet been surrendered, 
are as follows: 



New Internal Improvement Stock 

New Internal Improvement Interest Stock, payable after 1877 

1 Befnnded Stock Bond, payable after 1877 

1 Old Internal Improvement Bond 

iS Canal Bonds 

Total 



$4,000 00 

500 00 

1.000 (0 

1,000 00 

14,000 00 



$19,500 00 



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ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD FUND-REPORTS OF GROSS 
EARNINGS AND PAYMENTS TO THE STATE. 



The following figures will show the amount of gross earnings 
of the Illinois Central Railroad, and the amount of five and 
seven per cent, thereon, paid into the State Treasury for each 
six months, beginning with, the first report and payment, and 
embracing all subsequent semi-annual reports and payments 
which have been made by said Company up to the date of this 
report : 



Time. 



Gross 
Earnings. 




Amount paid 

into the State 

Treasury. 



From March 24, 1855 
For six montns 



to October 81. 1866 

ending April 30, 1856 

October 81, 1856 

April 80, 1867 

October 31, 1857 

April 80, 1858 

October 31, 1858 

April 80, 1859 

October 81, 1859 

April 80, 1860 

October 31, 1860 

April 30. 1861 

October 31, 1861 

April 30. 1862 

October 31. 1862 

April 80, 1863 

October 31. 1863 

April 30, 1864 

October 31, 1864 

April 30. 1865 

October 31, 1865 

April 30. 1866 

October 31, 1866 

April 80, 1867 

October 31, 1867 

April 30, 1868 

October 31, 1868 

April 30, 1869 

October 81, 1869 

April 80, 1870 

October 81, 1870 

April 80, 1871 

October 81, 1871 

ADril 30. 1872 

October 31, 1872 

April 80. 1873 

October 31. 1873 

April 30, 1874 

October 31. 1874 

April 30, 1875 

October 31, 1875 

April 30, 1876 

October 31, 1876 

April 30, 1877 

October 31, 1877 

April 30, 1878 

October 31, 1878 



9595,031 86 
630,580 02 
922,053 30 
925,386 69 

1,234,986 00 
860,796 56 

1,024.996 78 
830,538 42 

1,056,668 35 

1,151.608 00 

1.884.923 67 
1,213.348 00 
1,818,906 47 
1,063,790 61 
1,967,275 18 
1,809.068 97 
2,482.282 12 

2.429.358 23 

3.363.699 48 
3,436.483 38 
3,656,228 56 
2.935,738 55 
3,165.348 63 
2,959.566 99 
8,383,400 57 
2,780,043 05 
8,339,921 01 
2.999,196 41 
3,642.708 06 
3,068,850 81 
3.568,070 85 
3,026.072 73 
3,595.540 32 
3,158.597 62 

8.167.924 49 
2,932.653 13 
3.189,832 63 
2.535,046 43 

3.098.700 13 
2,575,133 82 

2.792.952 20 
2,519,443 07 
2.566,351 07 

1.996.359 60 

2.522.953 86 
2,160,421 99 
2,417,173 81 



5 

5 
5 
5 and 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

4 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7 

7- 

7 

7 

7 



129,75159 

31.529 00 

46,102 66 

59,196 82 

86,449 02 

60,255 76 

71,749 77 

58,137 68 

73,966 78 

80,612 56 

96.944 66 

84,934 36 

92,323 45 

74.465 34 

137.709 26 

126,634 83 

173.759 75 

170.055 08 

235,458 96 

240.553 84 

255.996 00 

205,501 70 

221,574 05 

207,169 70 

236,838 04 

194.603 01 

233.794 47 

209.943 75 

254,989 56 

214,819 56 

249,764 96 

211.825 09 

251,687 82 

221,101 83 

221,754 71 

205.285 72 

223.288 28 

177,453 25 

216.913 21 

180.259 37 

195,506 65 

176,361 01 

179,644 57 

139,745 17 

176,606 77 

151.229 54 

169,202 17 



XI 



B 



Statement — Continued . 



Time. 



Gross 
Earnings. 



Per 

Cent. 



Amount paid 

Into the State 

Treasury. 



For six months ending April 30, 

October 
April 30. 
October 
April 30, 
October 
April SO. 
October 
April SO, 
October 
April 30. 
October 
April SO. 
October 
April 30, 
October 
April 30. 
October 
April 30, 
October 
April 30. 
October 
April 30. 

Total amount paid State 



• i 



1879 

31. 1879 

1880 

31. 1880 

1881 

81, 1881 

1882 

81. 1882 

1883 

31.1883 

1884 

31. 1884 

1885 

31, 1885 

1886 

31. 188C....>... 

1887 

31. 1887 

1888 

31. 1888 i 

1889 

31, 1889 

1890 



S2. 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2. 
2, 
2, 
2. 
2. 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
2, 
3, 
2. 
8. 
3, 
3, 
3, 



137,648 88 
512,028 08 
368.3-.t5 46 
893,728 27 
517.346 22 
976,689 73 
681,463 17 
976,195 60 
601,497 33 
951,977 M 
458,148 86 
637,274 35 
491,886 22 
762.241 28 
468,711 57 
941,495 56 
720,148 23 
192,4«8 47 
816,877 41 
253,921 12 
013.271 90 
561.651 68 
272.311 40 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 

i 

4 

7 
7 
i 



$149,635 42 
175.841 96 
165,787 68 
202,560 98 
176,214 24 
208.368 28 
187,702 42 
208,333 69 
182,104 80 
206.638 39 
172.070 42 
184.609 20 
174,432 08 
193,356 89 
172,809 81 
205,904 69 
190,410 38 
223,964 19 
191.181 41 
227,774 48 
210,929 06 
2(9,315 62 
229,061 80 



812,102,398 94 



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XII 



BONDS REGISTERED IN AUDITOR'S OFFICE UNDER ACTS 
\ OF APRIL 16, 1869, FEBRUARY 13, 1865, APRIL 27, 
1877, JUNE 4, 1879, AND JUNE 27, 1885. 



Bonds registered under act of 1869, outstanding September 80,1890 
Apportioned as follows: 

Twenty-six counties 

Nine cities 

Nine incorporated towns 

Eighty-seven townships 



Bonds registered under original act 
tember 30, 1890 

Apportioned as follows: 

Two counties , 

Four cities 



of 1866, outstanding Sep- 



* Bonds registered under act of 1866, as amended by the acts of 

April 27, 1877, and June 4,1879, outstanding Sept. SO, 1890 

Apportioned as follows: 

Twenty-eight counties 

Twenty-four cities 

Seven incorporated towns 

One hundred and thirty-six townships 

Five school districts 



92.161,100 00 

148,300 00 

196,600 00 

1,858,817 15 



n, 106 oo 

1,111,241 22 



$4,964,817 16 



1.112.347 22 



Drainage district bonds registered under the act of June 27,1886, 
outstanding September, 30, 1890 



Total. 



Of the foregoing $1,960,000 00 bear 4 per cent interest 



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874,600 00 

8,609,600 00 

30,000 00 

56,000 00 

7.399,806 75 

9.000 00 

6,000 00 

1,581.599 34 

22,600 00 

1,593,800 00 

1.780.417 15 

The average rate of interest being 6.23 per cent. 

Bonds registered under the drainage and levee law of April 9, 

1872 



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(The Supreme Court of Illinois has held that the law of April 
9. 1872, under which these bonds were issued, is in violation of 
the State constitution. See Table No. 87.) 



$5,028,975 00 

8.246,360 00 

139,000 00 

8.810.569 63 

51,500 00 



12.276,394 53 



568,064 34 



S18.321.623 24 



$648,500 00 



♦Note— Bonds which were registered under the act of 1866. and have been re-regis- 
tered under the act of 1869, are omitted from Table No. 34. Of bonds so re-registered 
and outstanding- 



Adams county has.. . 
City of Quinoy has.. 
Hancock county has 

Total 



99,000 00 
3,000,00 
1.000 00 



$13,000 00 



TRUST COMPANIES. 

Since the hist report of this department, four additional cor- 
porations have made the deposit with the Auditor required by 
the provisions of "An act to provide for and regulate the ad- 
ministration of trusts by trust companies," approved June 15, 
1887, as amended by act approved June 1, 188^, making a 
total of five corporations that are now competent to act under 
said law, as trustee, receiver, assignee, guardian, conservator, 
executor or administrator. 



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Said companies are as follows: 



Illinois Trust and Savings Bank 

The American Trust andVSavings Bank 

The Jennings Trust Company 

The Northern Trust Company 

Title, Guarantee and Trust Company.. 



Chicago. 



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Each of the above corporations have made the annual re- 
ports to this department required by law, and have been sub- 
jected to an annual examination. 

Said examinations have shown said companies to be in a 
satisfactory condition and the results thereof will be found on 
pages 294-297 of this report. 

BANKING CORPORATIONS. 

Under the~pro visions of "An act concerning corporations with 
banking powers," approved June 16, 1887, which was ratified by 
vote of the people on November 6, 1888, and took effect De- 
cember 6, 18&8, the responsible duty of the supervision of State 
banks was imposed upon this department. Upon the taking 
effect of said act steps were at once taken to ascertain what 
corporations with banking powers were existing under the pro- 
visions of special charters, as under said act such corporations 
are made subject to its provisions and requirements in every 
particular, as if organized thereunder. 

It was ascertained that the following banks were existing 
under special charters, and thus made subject to State super- 
vision : 



Name. 



Location. 



Capital 
Stock. 



Alton Savings Bank 

Bank of Illinois 

Chicago Trust and Savings Bank 

Corn Exchange Bank of Chicago 

Dime Savings Bank 

Enterprise Savings Bank 

Home Savings Bank 

Illinois Trust and Savings Bank 

International Bank 

Northwestern Bond and Trust Company 

People's Bank of Rockford 

Pullman Loan and 8avings Bank 

Springfield Marine Bank 

The Belleville Savings Bank 

The East St. Louis Bank 

The Elgin City Banking Company 

The Farmers' and Mechanics Bank 

'i he Hibernian Banking Association 

The Merchants' Loan and Trust Company 

The Moline Savings Bank 

The Montgomery County Loan and Trust Company 

The People's Bank of Bloomington 

The Sangamon Loan and Trust Company 

The Union Trust Company.... 

The Worklngmen 8 Banking Company 

Western Trust and Savings Bank 



Total 



Alton.... 
Chicago 



Cairo 

Chicago 

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Rockford'!.!!.! 

Pullman 

Springfield 

Belleville 

East St Louis. 

Elgin 

Galesburg 

Chicago 

Moline..!!'..!.. 

Hillsboro 

Bloomington. . 
Springfield.... 

Chicago 

East St. Louis. 
Chicago 



9100,000 00 

100,000 00 

350,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

69,475 00 

50,000 00 
5,000 00 
1,000,000 00 
486,000 00 
100,000 00 
125.0(H) 00 
100,000 00 

85,500 00 
150.000 00 

40,000 00 

60,000 00 

100,000 00 

111,000 00 

2,000.000 00 

None. 

50,000 00 
100,000 00 

58,822 65 
600,000 00 

50,000 00 
100,000 00 



86,890,297 65 



Under the provisions of the new banking law applications 
ive been received and permits issued for the organization of 



have 1 

banks, as follows: 



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Location. 


Capita! 
Stock. 












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3 

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200 

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50 
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25 
25 
25 
50 
25 
100 
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50 
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300 

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nt Company 
■ of Chicago 





























It will be seen from the foregoing list that an active interest 
has already been taken, and confidence manifested, in the State 
banking system. 

Out of the fifty-four permits issued as above, twenty-four 
banks have completed their organization and are now operat- 
ing under the law. 

Section 8, of said act, provides, "The Auditor, as often as he 
shall deem necessary or proper, and at least once in each year, 



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shall appoint a suitable person or persons to make an exam- 
ination of the affairs of every bank established under the pro- 
visions of this act, which person shall not be a stockholder or 
officer or employ^ of any bank which he may be directed to 
examine, and who shall have power to make a thorough ex- 
amination into all the affairs of the bank, and in so doing to 
examine any of the officers or agents or employes thereof, on 
oath, and shall make a full and detailed report of the condi- 
tion of the bank to the Auditor," and section 12 further pro- 
vides "that any corporation with banking powers availing 
itself of or accepting the benefits of, or formed under this act, 
and all corporations with banking powers existing by virtue of 
any special charter or general law of this State, shall be sub- 
ject to the provisions and requirements of this act in every 
particular, as if organized under this act." 

In pursuance with these provisions regular examinations have 
been made, under the direction of the department, of all State 
banks, whether organized under special charters or the banking 
act, and full reports thereof have been fi ed in this office. 

Said examinations have revealed the banks, generally, to be 
in a healthful and prosperous condition. 

Quarterly reports are also required under the law and these 
have been furnished by each of the banks when called upon by 
this department. 

On pages 308-341 of this report detailed statements will be 
found of the condition of the various banks, as shown by their 
sworn statements. 

The following table shows the aggregate resources and liabil- 
ities of all State banks as reported^ to this office February 15, 
1889, and October 8, 1890: 



RESOURCES. 



As shown by 

reports made 

Feb. 15, 1889. 



As shown by 

reports made 

Got. 8. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

U. S. bonds 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house. 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Checks juia other cash items 

Collections 

Miscellaneous 

Totals 



822, 



1, 
4, 
4, 



189.820 71 
206,307 & 
101,708 36 
793,653 10 
206,117 68 
228,717 29 
216,422 98 
502,987 83 

74,0.7 94 
142,569 34 
418.998 09 
102.001 32 

74,077 05 



134.254.424 61 



948,025, 

255. 

48J. 

4.217, 

5.513. 

8.351, 

131. 

273, 

86. 

119, 

1.280, 

70. 

16, 



615 92 
200 09 
764 35 
864 58 
604 89 
449 75 
933 98 
585 21 
197 87 
901 71 
714 S3 
773 34 
593 32 



968,825.199 34 



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Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



As shown by 

reports made 

Feb. 15, 1889. 



As shown by 

reports made 

Cot 8. 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits , 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . . . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Oertifled checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding: 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$5,831,000 00 

2,838,587 24 

1,003,170 27 

3,660 30 

3,269.195 43 

17,277,200 39 

1,062,419 72 

1,380,284 97 

400,331 15 

340,630 88 

1.120,453 67 

89,440 59 

138,050 00 



934,254,424 61 



$10,212,500 00 

3.427,144 44 

1,705,917 85 

13,737 20 

14,049.854 86 

29,069,385 44 

2.493,754 87 

3,853.978 86 

353,108 86 

560,686 74 

3,085,160 22 



868,825,199 34 



At the time of the report of February 15, 1889, there were 
twenty-six banks with an aggregate capital paid in of $5,831,- 
225.00, and at time of report of October 8, 1890, there 
were fifty banks with an aggregate capital paid in of $10,212,- 
500.00. 

Important amendments were made by the Thirty-sixth Gen- 
eral Assembly to said act, which if ratified by the people at the 
general election to be held November 4, 18&0, will greatly im- 
prove said law, by placing it more in harmony with the con- 
stitutional provisions regarding banking, and by* making specific 
provisions for the organization of banks in all classes of cities 
and towns throughout the State, with proper restrictions re- 
garding capital stock required, according to population. 

The supervision of banking corporations by the State, includ- 
ing inspections and examinations, reports and the administra- 
tion of the law regulating the operations of such corporations, 
has been productive of such results during the past two years 
as demonstrate to my mind beyond question the wisdom of 
such a policy on the part of the State. 

The law will admit of further amendments which will render 
it more effective, and such will be necessary as the banking in- 
terests of the State continue to grow and develop. 

AWARDS OF COMMISSION OF CLAIMS. 

In compliance with the provisions of section 5 of "An act to 
create a Commission of Claims, and to prescribe its powers and 
duties, approved May 29, 1887, as amended by act of June 3, 
1889, ,, I herewith submit a statement of the awards made by 
said Commission, amounting in the aggregate to $3,033.00. A 
detailed statement of said awards will be found on page 842-343 
of this report. 

C. W. PAVEY, 

Auditor of Public Accounts. 



No. 1, 



Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of the General Revenue 
Fund, from October 1 } 1888, to September SO, 1890, inclu- 
sive. 



GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 



Amount 



BBOEZPT8. 



From taxes 1887 

1888 

« • « « 1389 

From 7 % on gross' earnings of Illinois Centra] ' Railroad for six months 

ending October 81, 1888 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 

ending April 30, 1889 \ 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 

ending October 81, 1889 

From 7 % on grosA earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 

ending ApriiSO. 1890 

From Joseph W. FIfer, Governor, being amount received from United States 

Government in aid of Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, to June 80, 1890 

From C. 0. Morse, being amount paid him on time erroneously certified to 

Auditor, as employe appointed by Secretary of State 

From sales of lands acquired by State on executions, etc 

From Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, for rent of house belonging 

to State, from August 15 to October 15, 1888 

From Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, for fees collected by him from 

April 1, 1888, to January 14, 1889 

From Chas. P. Swigert, Auditor Public Accounts, for fees collected by him 

from October 1, 1888, to January 14. 1889 

From Isaac N. Pearson, Secretary of State, for fees collected: by him from 

January 15, 1889, to September 30, 1890. inclusive 

From Isaac N. Pearson, Secretary of State, for rent of house belonging to 

State, from October, 1888. to April 9, 1890 

From Charles W. Pavey. Auditor Public Accounts, for fees collected by him 

from January 15, 1889, to September 30, 1890 



Total amount received 



DI8BUB8EMKNT8. 



Amount of Revenue Fund warrants issued for all purposes 

(«ee Statement No. 3) 3 1. 767, 472 08 

Amount of Revenue Fund warrants outstanding October 1,1888.. 12.M97 06 



Total $4,779,869 09 

Amount of Revenue Fund warrants outstanding October 1,1890.. 20,015 19 



Total amount disbursed by Treasurer 
Excels of receipts over disbursements 



917.003 32 
2.2W.499 35 
1,822,081 95 

227,774 48 

210.929 OS 

249,315 62 

229,061 80 

111,233 87 

18 00 
713 00 

105 00 

7,788 72 

2,527 47 

35,746 27 

630 00 

162,349 42 



$5,367,777 90 



4,759,853 90 



3607,923 40 



— 1A 



No. 2. 

Statement of Receipts and Disbursements of Special State Funds, 
from October 1, 1888, to September SO, 1890, inclusive. 



STATE SCHOOL FUND. 



Amount 



BECEEPTS. 

From taxes 1887 

" 1888 

•' 1889 

Total amount received 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount paid for salary and clerk hire. Superintendent of Public 

Instruction $13 , 458 34 

Amount paid for salary of janitor, porter, etc.. in office of Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction 1,468 34 

Amount paid for refurnishing office and library of Superintend- 
ent of Public Instruction 515 55 

Amount paid for expenses incurred in revision of school law.... 328 75 

Amount paid for office expenses, including stationery, etc., of 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 2.853 27 

Amount of School Tax Fund orders for 1888 and 1889, paid counties 1,759,441 71 

Amount of School Tax Fund Interest orders for 1888 and 1889, 

paid counties 113,874 62 

Amount paid County Superintendents of Schools, services and 

expenses 240,404 70 

Amount refunded to collectors on over payments of accounts 323 99 

Total 12,132.659 27 

Amount of School Fund warrants outstanding October 1,1890.... 2,807 25 

Total amount disbursed by Treasurer 

Excess of receipts over disbursements 



UNKNOWN AND MINOR HEIRS' FUND. 



BECEIPTS. 

From Henry C. Niles, Master in Chancery Douglas county, amount due 
Fritz Almond King and Laura G. King, minor heirs of Perry, from 
sale in partition in case of Perry vs. Hutton, deposited on order Circuit 
Court Douglas county 

From DeWitt L. Jones, Master in Chancery, Lake county, being 
amount due Arthur O'Keife, from sale in partition in case of Mathew 
Steele vs. Ann O'Keife et aL, deposited on order of Circuit Court of 
Lake county 

From Byron Potius, Master in Chancery McDonough county, due John 
J. Hattera and Chas. E. Lung, being $49.64 each from sale in parti- 
tion in case of Lincoln M. Kennedy et al. vs. Lemuel F. Wheeler, et al.. 
deposited on order of Circuit Court of McDonough county 

From James T. Npyes, Master in Chancery, Superior Court Cook county, 



being amount due the unknown heirs of John Butler, deceased, from 
sale in partition in case of Charles H. Kehl vs. John Butler et al., deposited 
on order of Superior Court of Cook county 



Total amount received. 



DI8BUB8EMENT8. 

To Allen C. Tanner, attorney In fact for J. W. Fortenbury, D. 
J. Coulter and Amanda C. Clark, heirs at law of Edy Forten- 
bury. deceased, amount deposited in State Treasury 

To Edwin Parkor, amount due from sale in partition, deposited 
in State Treasury 

To W. W. Duncan, amount due Robert Ballentine, Hardy S. Ball- 
entine and France Walker, from sale in partition, deposited 
in State Treasury 

To John J. Hattera, amount due from sale in partition, deposited 
in State Treasury 

To B. F. Lincoln, amount due Adeline Sigler from sale in parti- 
tion, deposited in State Treasury 

Total amount disbursed by Treasurer 

Excess of receipts over disburbements 



S75 51 
178 00 

63 50 
49 64 
42 69 



$6,104 02 
1,068,898 53 
1.062.881 26 



82,137,883 81 



2,129,852 02 



18,03179 



9269 39 



854 50 



99 28 



109 35 



$1,332 52 



409 34 



$923 18 



No. 3. 



Detailed Statement of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury 
from October 1, 1888, to September SO, 1890, inclusive. 



ACCOUNTS. 




Amount. 



Total. 



To 



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APPBOPBIATION8— SPECIAL. 

H. K. Vickory. Treasurer, appropriation to State 
Horticultural Society for 1888 and 1889 

Love joy Johnson, President, appropriation to aid 
the Illinois Dairymen's Association in compil- 
ing, publishing and distributing its reports 

F. H. Bowran, appropriation for damages awarded 
for one cow slaughtered in May, 1885, because 
affected with pleuro-pneumonia 

Augustus St. Gandens, pay In part for work done 
on conti act erecting Logan monument 

John R. Welsh, Treasurer, appropriation to erect 
monument to the memory of Gen'l John A. 
Logan 

T. A. Hoffman, appropriation to reimburse him 
for taxes paid on property not subject to taxa- 
tion. 

Mary J. Teefey. appropriation for her relief 

John B Rice, damages by reason of quarantine of 
cattle, established by Live Stock Commissioners 
In Chicago, on or aDout Sept. 19,1886 

E» H. Taibott, appropriation for damages sus- 
tained by reason of the construction or the dam 
over the Illinois river, near Henry, in Marshall 
county, Illinois 

B. Anson Duperon, appropriation to pay principal 
"New Internal Improvement Stock Interest 
Bonds " Nos. 2547. 2548 and 2549, 21.000 each, and 
No. 2550, for 1600, and interest thereon from 
July, 1877, to Jan. 1,1878 



APPBOPBIATION8— OENEBAL. 

To mileage of Presidential Electors 



CANAL COMMISSION EBB. 

To A. Lieberknecht, Commissioner, per diem. 
' ' Isaac Taylor, 
* * Geo. F. Brown. 
4 ' Clarence E. Snively, 
' ' Louis Hutt. 
" John C. Ames, 



1887-89 



1887 



1889 



* * 



1887 



1887 

* 4 

• • 

1887-S9 



COMMI6SIONEBS OF LAB OB STATISTICS. 

To J. 8. Lord, Secretary, salary 

*' J. 8. Lord, Secretary, amount advanced by him 
for current expenses of the Board of Commis- 
sioners of Labor, as per vouchers rendered, as 
follows : 

For clerical services and janitor 

For examinations of county records for statis- 
tics of mortgages 

For traveling expenses 

For postage, telegrams and expressage 

For miscellaneous office expenses, including tele- 
phone rental, repairs, books, newspapers, 
stationery, furniture, binding reports, print- 
ing, blanks, etc 

To Charles H. Deere, Commissioner, 60 days per, 
diem, sessions of 1887 and 1888, 9900.00, and ex- 
penses, 135.70 .• 

" David Ross, Commissioner, 90 days per diem, 

sessions of 1888 
• ' Ethelbert Stewart' ' Commissioner. 60 " days' " per 
diem, sessions of 1888 and 1889,3300.00, and ex- 
penses, 168.94 



1887-89 



Amount carried forward 



1889 
1887 

1887-89 



$6,000 00 

1,500 00 

25 00 
1.000 00 

49,000 00 



166 00 
400 00 



1,170 00 



640 00 



3,708 00 



8900 60 



SI, 250 00 
1,250 00 
1,250 00, 
2,400 00' 
2,400 00 
2.400 00 



85,000 00 



3,725 26 

2,408 03 
128 80 
624 50 



706 47 

335 70 
150 00 

358 94 



$63,609 00 



900 60 



10,950 00 



$13,437 70 



$75,459 60 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



OOMMX88IONBB8 of la.bob statistics— Continued. 



To 



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Wm. S. Cherry, Commissioner, 90 days per diem, 
sessions of 1888, $150,00, and expenses, 912.60 

P. H. Dav, Commissioner. 90 days per diem, ses- 
sions Of 1889 

Alexander Batters. Commissioner, 90 days per 
diem, sessions of 1889. $150.00, and expenses, $90.90 

W. P. B<>nd, Commissioner, expenses 

per diem and expenses of members of Board of 
Examiners for Mine Inspectors, examination 
of 1889, viz : 

J. D. Courtney, per diem, 918.00 and expenses 927.90 

Hugh Murray, per diem 918.00 and expenses, 928.00 

George C. Simpson, per diem 918.00, and ex- 
penses. 922.12 

David Boss, per diem 918.00, and expenses 927.00.. 

W. Wilms, per diem 918.00. 

~~ ~~ " >ki 



to 



H. W. Rokkor, printing boards for notices 

candidates, for Board of Examiners. 1889 

" C. W. Partlow, services as messenger of Board 

of Examiners, 1889 

" W. L. Saokett. services as typewriter for Board of 

Examiners. 1889 

" Lotus Niles, Notary Public, administering oath 

to members of the Board of Examiners. 1889.. .. 

To amount paid from appropriations of 1887 96.199 14 

1889 9.024 08 



COMMIS8IONBB8 OF PUBLIC OHABITIB8. 



To 

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F. B. Haller. expenses as Commissioner 

C. G. Trusdell, 

J. M. Gould, 

J. C. Corbus, 

J. L.R. Wadsworth, " 

Fred. H. Wines. Secretary, salary 

Fred. H. Wines. Secretary, amount paid for travel- 
ing expenses 

J. W. Whipp, Assistant Secretary, salary 

J. W. Whipp, Assistant Secretary, amount paid 
traveling expenses 

J. W. Whipp. Assistant Secretary, amount paid 
office expenses 

Frank D. Whipp, services as clerk and messenger 

Adams Express Co.. expressage on reports, etc.. 

American Express Co., expressage on reports, etc 

United States Express Co.. expressage on reports, 
etc 



Central Union Telephone Co.. rental of telephones 

H. W. Rokker, printing Quarterly statements, etc., 
for Board 

J. M. Rippey, plumbing and gas fitting in office 
of Board 

Knight & Leonard Co., printing tickets and cir- 
culars for Commissioners 

Young Men's Christian Association, hall rent, 
printing, etc., for Commissioners 

F. B. Sanborn, Treasurer, furnishing 200 copies 
Annual Report National Conference of Charities 
and Corrections 

H. W. Oendonin, P. M., postage stamps fur- 
nished Board 

Frank D. Whipp. 1 No. 2 Standard Remington 
Typewriter furnished Board 



To amount paid from appropriations of 1887.. 96,219 12 
" " " " " " 1889.. 7.940 45 



Amount carried forward. 



1887-89 
1389 






1887 

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1889 
1887 



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14 

€ 4 



1887 
1887-89 



« « 

f f 

« • 
• « 



1889 

< » 

» « 
1887-89 
f « 

1887 



1889 



919,497 70 



162 60 


150 00 


180 90 
17 00 


45 90 

46 00 


40 12 
45 00 
18 00 


1 00 


15 00 


1 50 


250 



928 94 
185 75 
226 68 
189 20 
114 60 
6,000 00 

722 66 
3,600 00 

654 64 

952 32 

1,195 83 

29 72 

90 90 

28 85 
159 75 

156 35 

25 88 

12 50 

59 00 

180 00 
100 00 
100 00 



975,459 60 



14.168 22 



14,153 57 



9103,770 99 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount 


Total. 








$103,776 39 


COMMISSION OF CLAIMS. 








To E. D. Blinn, Member of Commission, per diem 








117 days, sessions 1889 and 189* 
*" B. D. Adams, Member of Come 


9 


1889 


91,756 00 




nission, per diem 




117 days, sessions 1889 and 1894 
" W. S. Kay, Member of Com mist 


) 






1,755 00 




sion. per diem 117 




days, sessions 1889 i 
•• J: 0. P. Vandervoort, 


Mid 1890 






1.755 00 




per diem, 54 days as Bailiff. 
1890 




sessions of 1889 and 
" John 8. Stewart, per 






164 00 




diem, 54 days as Messenger, 




sessions of 1889 and 
• • Henry Utter, per dies 


1890 






108 00 




i, 44 days as Bailiff, sessions 




of 1889 and 1890 '.. 






132 00 




• • W. T. Gibbs. per diem. 28 days as Bailiff, ses- 




sions of 1889 and 18S 
•" J. W. Porter, service* 


10 






84 00 




i as Assistant Clerk of Com- 




mission 




. 


1,050 00 




" H. W. Bokker, printing letter heads, note heads. 




etc., for Commissio: 
"* Frank Simmons, one 


Q 






15 50 




record book. etc.. furnished 










1 65 




" H. W. Clendenin, P. M„ postage stamps furnished 




Commission 






10 00 
10 00 




" J. C. Conkling, P. M., postage stamps furnished 








6.840 15 






OOVTSYINO convicts to pbnxtbntiaby. 








To Sheriff of Adams oounry. for conveying 48 convicts 


1887-89 


$1,689 00 




" Alexander ' 




48 








725 05 




Bond 




7 








133 90 




Boone 




4 








63 00 




Brown 




8 








143 25 




Bureau 




2 








39 20 




Carroll 




11 








284 50 


i 


Cass 




7 








210 30 




Champ'ign * 




16 








38130 




Christain • 




26 








746 35 




Clark 




2 








86 50 




Clay 




10 








202 40 




Clinton 




5 








90 30 




Coles 




24 








697 55 




Cook 




685 ' 








2,927 75 




Crawford * 




2 








8i75 




Cumb'rl'nd ' 


t 


3 


4 






114 00 




DeKalb 




3 








42 50 




DeWitt 




23 








399 00 




Douglas ' 




6 








165 40 




DuPage 




14 








121 45 




Edgar 




10 








368 00 




Edwards ' 




1 








29 25 




Effingham ' 




8 








190 65 




Fayette 




13 








245 00 




Ford 




3 








63 05 




Franklin ' 




5 








126 30 




Fulton 




9 








270 15 




Gallatin ' 
Greene 




13 








230 35 






10 








277 25 




Grundy 




16 








m oo 




Hamilton ' 




11 








179 45 




Hanock ' 




5 








209 00 




Hardin 




3 








95 95 




Henders'n ' 




2 








90 50 




Henry 




9 








233 60 




Iroquois * 
Jackson 




8 








120 90 






24 








232 10 




Jasper 
Jefferson * 




7 








207 10 






6 








75 60 




Jersey 




6 








131 65 




.'oDaviess ' 




12 








362 20 




' * Johnson ' 


in 








215 85 




Amount carried forward 


[ 










$18,397 35 


$110,616 54 



6 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forward 




813.397 35 


RIO. 616 54 


conveying convicts to penitentiaby— Continued. 




^r^h^^B ^Mmr V ^#^^ 


To Sheriff of Kane county, for conveying 20 convicts 


1887-89 


141 40 




' 


Kankakee 




11 






125 00 






Kendall 




3 




i 


21 40 






' Knox ' 




20 






479 05 






Lake ' 




17 






202 35 






LaSalle 




30 •' 






273 7« 






* Liwrence ' 




19 






452 55 






Lee 




10 






140 30 






Livingston ' 




7 






88 35 






* Logan 




14 






278 30 






Macon 




27 






607 50 






* Macoupin ' 




18 






463 85 


- 




' Madison 




29 






543 70 






* Marion 




16 






247 80 






* Mason ' 




4 






133 70 






Massac 




10 






306 25 






McDonou'h ' 




11 






308 50 






McHenry ' 




5 






56 50 






McLean ' 




31 






475 75 






Menard 


i 


2 






61 20 






Mercer 




11 






313 50 






Monroe 




2 






30 00 






Montgom'y ' 




8 






250 20 






Morgan ' 
Moultrie 




17 






457 25 














234 75 






Ogle 




15 






290 40 






Peoria 




39 






734 90 






' Perry 




7 






142 80 






Piatt 




6 






181 85 






Pike 




19 






662 85 






Pope 
Pulaski 




8 






2a; 20 








13 






226 50 






Putnam ' 




2 






32 00 






' Randolph ' 


, 


5 






1 00 






Richland ' 




12 






286 25 






Rock Isl'd ' 




22 






614 90 






' Saline 




9 






165 00 






Sangamon ' 




35 






952 50 






* Schuyler 




3 






138 50 






Shelby 




7 






204 40 






Stark 




8 






92 25 






St. Clair * 




84 






1,125 30 






Stephens'n ' 




8 






212 80 






' Tazewell ' 




15 






407 85 






4 Union 




8 






117 80 






' Vermilion ' 




27 






612 50 






' Wabash 




13 






277 60 






Warron 




6 






182 85 






Washingtfn' 




2 






33 50 






Waj 


rne 




8 






162 70 






Wh 


to 


' ' 


20 






437 50 






Wh 


teside ' 




16 






375 90 






Wil 






27 






9 80 






Wil 


iamson ' 




6 






100 35 






' Winnebago' 
* Woodford ' 




19 






300 25 








2 






61 90 






1,964 




929,464 10 




conveying convicts from and to penitentiaby 








FOB NEW TBIAIi OB TO BE USED AS WITNESSES. 








To Sheriff of Christ'n county, for conveying 5 convicts 


1887-89 


279 30 






DeWitt 




4 






182 40 






' Payette ' 




2 






100 00 






Franklin ' 




1 






33 55 






McDon'gh ' 




2 






81 45 






Monroe * 




3 






126 00 






' Moultrie 




« o « « 






134 30 






Perry 




7 






330 60 




Pike " " 1 




111 65 




Amount carried forward 


r 








830,843 35 


$110,616 54 



Statement—Contimied. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


' Amount 


Total 






$90,843 35 


$110,616 54 


CONVEYING CONVICTS PROM AND TO PENITENTIARY frOB 






i 


hew TBiAii ob to be T7BED AS witnesses— Continued. 








To Sheriff of Richl'nd county, lor conveying 2 convicts 
Sangamon " " 1 
While " •• 2 " 


1887-89 

• 4 


• 7150 
82 50 




< < 


108 80 


31,106 15 






To amount paid from appropriation 

CONVEYINQ CONVICTS TO BBH 


of 1887... $14.719 45 
1889... 10,386 70 


• 






)BM SCHOOL. 




To Sheriff of Adams county, for conveying 2 convicts 


1887-89 


995 50 






Alexander 




12 








820 70 






Bond 




2 




\ < 




79 00 






Carroll 




1 








35 00 






Cass ' 




5 








127 05 






Champaign* 




7 








98 80 






Christ an ' 




4 








79 50 


• 




Clark 




4 








120 80 






Coles 




9 








227 05 






Cook 




109 








1,439 80 






DeKalb 




1 








28 00 






DeWitt 




2 








22 80 






Douglas ' 




1 








23 50 






DuPuge * 




1 








23 50 






Edgar • 




6 




i 




189 00 






' Effingham ' 




2 








69 75 






Payette 




4 








140 00 






Franklin ' 




2 








112 75 






* Fulton * 




8 








76 00 






Gallatin 




1 








61 75 






Greene ' 




1 








39 50 






Hamilton ' 




2 








110 75 






Hancock 




1 








40 50 


\ 




Hardin 




1 








70 75 




* Iroquois ' 
Jackson ' 




7 








65 50 








3 








177 00 






* Jersey * 




4 








144 90 






' Johnson * 




1 








69 00 


• 




Kane 




7 








131 60 






Kankakee ' 




6 








67 95 






Knox 




2 








45 20 






Lake ' 




2 








51 20 






LaSalle 




4 








32 65 






Lee ' 




2 








46 50 






Logan 




1 








16 25 






Macon ' 




5 








54 60 






Macoupin ' 




2 ' 








66 00 






Madison ' 




5 








178 50 






Marion 




4 








155 50 






Marshall ' 




1 








13 00 






Mason ' 




1 








21 50 


• 




' Massac ' 




2 








113 60 






4 McHenry ' 




1 








30 75 






• McLean ' 




4 








30 60 






Menard ' 




1 








24 00 






* Mercer • 




1 








36 25 






Montgom'y ' 


# 


1 








34 75 






' ' Morgan 




5 




• • 




124 00 






Peoria 




3 








39 00 






* Perry ' 




1 ' 








27 00 






Piatt 




7 








94 00 






Pike 




4 








164 00 






Pulaski 




6 








333 65 






Bichland * 




2 








87 75 






Rocklsl'nd' 


* 


8 








247 70 






Saline 




1 








61 00 






Sangamon ' 




2 








37 20 






Schu ler 




1 








33 25 




Scott 


1 








36 00 




Amount carried forwara 


I 










$7,029 10 


$141,722 09 



Statement — Continued . 



Amount brought forward . . 



To Sheriff of Shelby ounty, 
9t. Clair 
Stephens'n " 
Tazewell 

Vermilion " 



Total number of convicts 

To amount paid from appropriation 



BirOBIf BCaool.— Continued. 
convoy Ins 2 convicts 



porting C 



Wt'fttern I nlon Tele«rriM>h Co.. teleeiwiiuiy 
eoun' of strike at BraJiiwood and vicinity 

A. W. Hayes A Co., subsistence stores furnished 
troop" of I. N. O., in Held. May, 1889 

Julian E. White, medicines and medtaal tnpplie 
furnished troops of I. N. (>., in Hold. May, 1889,. 

T t> 01... u j)_ medical supplies furnished 



I. N. G-, in Mold....'. '.....'.' 

Sprlnjr Valley Coal Co.'b store, subsistence stores, 
straw, tools, etc.. furnished troops of I. N. G., In 



t Braid wood May and 



fieU. ' 
Capt. F 

fee ,«„ 
■•*l'. 'li.- a- 

Inf.. I. N. ( 

Valley, Mai ___....„ . 

Capt. F. A. Jaokson. pay of £1 men, Co. B, «h 

Inf.. I. N. G., on duty at Draldwood.May and 



Cincinnati. icdiamuiuli .;. in. Louis and Chicago 
E. B. Co., transportation of troops of I. tf. G. 
durins Htrikt at Braldwood. May. 1889 

Chicago acd Alton It. II. Co.. damages done 1 



63 -Mi 

57 t»> 
1ST'. 
211 75 



U 10 

as mi 



MO 61 



lunt carried form 



9 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Amount brought forward 



contingent fund op OOVEBNOB— Continued, 

To Illinois State Journal, publishing Governor's Ar- 
bor Day proclamation 

" J. M. Gould, amount paid expenses investigating 
strikes in company with F. fl. Wines, Sec'y Board 
of Charities. July and August, 1889 

To amount paid from appropriation of 1887. ... $3, 988 25 
- 1889.... 889 61 



COSTS AND EXPEN8E8 OF STATE SUITS. 

To Thomas H. Cheney, transcript of evidence in case 
of Hamilton Co. vs. Swigert, Auditor P. A., in 
Sangamon Co. Circuit Court 

" £• A. Snively, transcript of opinion in case of 
Dupee et al. vs. State Auditor, in Supreme 
Court 

"I. P. Mathis. Co. Surveyor, one-half of expenses 
for surveying land in Pulaski Co.. half of which 
belongs to the State 

•' Edward Calffll. Circuit Clerk, transcript of record 
in case of Hamilton Co. ot al. vs. Swigert, Aud- 
itor, et al.. in appeal to Supreme Court 

' * E. A. Snively, advance cost in case of Francis F. 
Mavor (tax appeal), $10.00, and incase of Chas. P. 
Swigert Auditor, et al. vs. Hamilton Co., $10.00. 

" E. A. Snively. cost in case Dupee vs. Swigett, 
Auditor Public Accounts 

" Edward Can ill, Circuit Clerk, cost of record case 
of Henry Utter vs. Auditor of Public Accounts, 
appeal to Supreme Court 

* * E. A. Snive y. cost in case of Henrv Utter vs. 
Pavey, Auditor Public Accounts, January term 
and September term, 1890, Supreme Court 

To amount paid from appropriation of 1887. .. $79 75 

1889... 24 10 



To 



i • 

« I 



< « 

• f 

$ § 

• « 

t « 

• * 

< * 
« • 
i f 
. • 
It 



EXECUTIVE MANSION. 

H. L. Hampton, carpet cleaning compound, brushes, 
etc., furnished 

Wire Screen Co., putting in wire screens, win- 
dows and doors 

R. B. Zimmerman & Co. . glass furnished 

James L. rowell, carpenters and brickmasons, 
repairs 

Bobt. Oglesby, amount paid for hauling ashes from 
grounds 

James H. Walker & Co., tabje cloths and towels 
furnished 

Hazlewood Nursery Co., furnishing and planting 
2 elm trees 

S. A. Maxwell & Co., lawn mower, changing plates, 
coffee spoons, fruit knives, etc 

Benj. Lee, cleaning carpet s 

Mrs. R. H. Gorum, washing curtains 

J. W. Ash, 1 roaster and baker furnished 

James Jenkins, cutting grass on grounds 

A. Claus, repairing 3 docks and coffee-pot fur- 
nished 

E. F. Gehlman, 2 loads of kindling furnished 

Shan. Ellis, cleaning windows at mansion 
ridget Mack, cleaning floors at mansion 

Henry Tate, work on g. ounds 

John Baylor, work on grounds 

Hen. y tfeser, work on grounds 

James A. Zone, work on grounds 



Amount carried forward 



1889 



1887 



1889 



1887 



• < 
< > 



1889 



< i 
< « 

• * 
1 1 

• < 

■ < 
< « 



$4,300 10 



24 72 
58 04 



$5 60 


6 75 


825 


13 80 


20 00 


25 35 


600 


18 10 



$71 85 

94 50 

280 

15 65 
800 

33 50 

350 

38 83 
7 50 
1 00 
1 50 
4 50 

16 65 
4 00 
1 40 

20 00 
4 50 
3 <M) 
1 50 
3 (Ml 



$397 18 



Total 



$150,643 19 



4,377 86 



103 8S 



$155,124 90 



10 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



executive makbioh— Continued. 



To Lewis Potts, work repairing barn 

' * J. W. Bean, hauling cinders from grounds . % 

J. O. Irvin, brick work on barn and paving barn.. 

W. H. Sammons. repairs on annunciator, putting 
in extension dining-room call, etc 

Lewis Scott, cleaning windows 

Horace C. Irvin & Bro., mortar, fire clay and ma- 
terial and work on cistern 

Matt Kelley, cleaning cistern 

Chas. F. Hawk, 1 No. 7 stove fllterer, ouspadors, 
etc., furnished 

Buck & McKee, work on barn and lumber and 
hardware furnished for same 

Mrs. Eliza Small wood, washing canvas 

George W. Chatterton, tuning and regulating piano 

M. E. Barker & Co., frames, mats, etc., furnished. 

J. H. Bdrkley & Co., 3 grates furnished 

Charles Ryan, hair brushes, combs 

C. D. Roberts, 1 flag furnished 

8. S. Elder & Co., 81 radiator hoods 

Fred. P. Kaiser, art work furnished 

Lewis Baker, 1 day labor at mansion 

R. L. Berry, balance due on piano furnished 

Morgan Carter, lawn sweepei furnished 

Ambros Martel, tulip and birch tree furnished 

Mrs. Harry Woods, quilting 3 mattress tidies 

H. Brucker, 3 rugs furnished 

Payne & Sons, lawn rake, grass mower, nails, 
etc., furnished 

P. F. Kimbal, painting fence, rooms and barn 

J. M. Rippcy, plumbing and ga - fitting 

B lakes] y & Co., X, barrel boiler purger, furnished 

J). H. Ferguson, chamber sets, table and kitchen 
ware, furnished 

John Bressmer. dining-room carpet, rugs, matting, 
etc., furnished ^ 

Rector Vanderberg, hauling ashes trom mansion 
grounds 

Herndon & Co., crash, towels and muslin, furnished 

O. F. Stobbins, hardware sundries, furnished 

Marshall Field & Co., sweeper, cloth, and tidy 
scarf, furnished 

Patrick Jones, moving rubbish from grounds 

Frank Simmons, etchings and picture « frames, 
furnished 

H. L. Phelps, flowers, repotting plants and pot- 
ting soil furnished 

O. Hanratty, repairing ice box, waste., water pipes 
and gas fixtures 

C. H. Edmunds, laundry stove, garden and kitchen 
utensils 

August Leroy, electric batteries and locksmith 
rep irs . 

Illinois State Journal, papers furnished 

Central Union Telephone Co., rental of telephones, 
instruments and toll service 

Springfield Water Works, water rents 

Springfield Gas Light Co., gas furnished 

A. Dirks- n & Son. repairing and painting furniture, 
and 4 rockers, furnished.. 

J. Ruckel, wail paper and paper hanging, etc 

Jacob Wheeler, coal and ice, furnished 

Charles Kirby. cleaning carpets and work at man- 
sion 

Levi Smith, hauling ashes and manure, and clean- 
ing water cioseta 

F. O. Laken, work on grounds 

Hpringfleld Coal Association, coal furnished 

Joseph Johnson, services in care of mansion and 
grounds 

Axel Brostrand, services in care of mansion and 
grounds, etc 



Amount carried forward. 



1889 



1887-89 



1887 
1889 
1887 



1887-89 

< i 

1887 
1887-89 

1889 

1887-89 



< « 

< • 

1889 

< t 
»< 



1887 
1887-89 



$387 18 



300 

3 00 
95 85 

15 00 

1 80 

735 
200 

13 15 

192 95 

4 00 

4 50 
18 25 

8 00 

8 00 

13 50 

84 00 

26 00 

2 00 
700 00 

2 50 
8 00 

5 00 

6 50 



33 13 

112 16 

39 38 

14 85 

33 85 

250 42 

9 50 

427 

11 66 

59 80 
1 00 

59 30 
14 70 
44 97 

105 51 

13 75 
1 83 

60 75 
254 08 
516 15 

116 25 

5 20 

641 24 

725 

39 50 

50 

104 16 

85 33 

286 40 



$155,124 90 



83,488 42 0155,124 90 



11 



Statemen fc— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



To 



executive mansion— Continued. 

To J. F. Higgenbotham, services in eare of mansion 
and grounds 

Robert Higgenbotham, services in care of mansion 
and erounds 

Mrs. E. N. Davenport, services in care of mansion 
and grounds 

Nellie Lindoff, services In care of mansion and 
grounds 

E. Y. Stanley, services in care of mansion and 
grounds 

Aivin Chapman, services in care of mansion and 
grounds 

Fannie Kicker, services in care of mansion -and 
grounds 

George Bates, services in care of mansion and 
grounds 

James Jenkins, six days work on grounds 

amount paid on account of repairing the Execu- 
tive mansion. and for refurnishing the same, viz.: 

J. N. KikendalJ, carpenter work done, and sash, 
blinds, etc. , furnished 

Illinois State Journal Co., publishing notice to 
contractors 

Roger? & Lott, work done, plastering 

D. D. Stanley, labor, cleaning mansion, etc 

Thomas A. McGrue.for carpenter work ... 

Zimmerman & Prouty, cleaning walls 

P. F. Kimble, painting, papering, cleaning wails 
and plate glass furnished 

George H. Helmle, for plans, specifications, detail 
drawings, superintending repairs, etc., and for 
red oak mam le furnished 

Johnson & Co., cut glass furnished 

George Andervette, leaded transoms furnished.. 

C. 8. Ransom & Co., for four moorish frets furn 
ished 

J. M. Rippey, plumbing and putting in steam heat- 
ing 



Springfield Woolen Mills, corpolinean 

A. Dirksen & Sons, furniture furnished 

Armstrong & Schaubacker, fresco painting 

J. O. Irwin, labor, mortar and cement furnished, 
and paving and cementing laundry 



D. P. Mopping, carpenter work done and material 
furnished 

Buck & McKe»\ carpenter work done and mater- 
ial furnished 

John Bressmer. carpets and curtains furnished.. 

J. H. Barkloy & Co., roofing and iron pipe furn- 
ished 

H. If. Robinson, bra^s frame and tile furnished 
for 1 1 brar y 

J.H. Schuck & Son, lumber furnished 

J. Rucker, work, repairing on second floor 

Horace C. Irwin & Bro., labor and mortar and fire 
clay furnished 

O. Hanratty, taking down old gas fittings 

Leland Hotel, rent of rooms for meetings of the 
trustees to superintend repairs 



To amount paid from appropriation of 1887 for 

care, fuel, etc 31,640 95 

" * amount paid from appropriation of 1889 for 

c »re, fuel, etc 4, 168 71 

' ' amount paid from appropriation of 1889 for 

t epairfng and refurnishing 13, 499 98 

Amount carried forward 



1887 
< « 

1887-89 
1889 



S3. 488 42 



188 00 
36 60' 

460 00 
68 51 

322 40 

170 00 

62 23 

4 50 
9 00 

1,492 50 

8 75 

583 00 

130 50 

80 00 

13 80 

2,175 55 



776 40 

133 00 

37 00 

144 00 

1,637 71 
22 40 
99 
20 



1,467 i 
1,247 S 

80 00 

23 75 

120 68 
2,863 50 

133 85 

15 50 

2 70 

285 00 

5 25 
4 95 

20 00 



3155,124 90 



19,309 64 



8174,434 54 



12 



Statement— Conti nued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



To 



FISH COMMISSION. 

8. P. Bartlett, Commissioner, for amount paid 
sundry expenses of Commission, as per vouchers 
f urni she d 

S. P. Bartlett, Commissioner, for personal and 
traveling expenses in enforcing the laws rela- 
tive to flshways over dams, ana for the protec- 
tion of fish 

S. P. Bartlett, Commissioner, for expenses of of- 
fice and storage boat 



To 



4 t 



George Breuning. Commissioner, for amount paid 
sundry expenses of Commission, as per vouchers 
furnished 

George Breuning, Commissioner, for his personal 
ana traveling expenses in enforcing the laws 
relative to flshways over dams, and for the pro- 
tection of flsh 

George E. Cole, for amonnt paid A. H. Hubbard, 
Justice of the Peace, for ba ance of court costs 
due in flshway cases of Fish Commissioners ... 

E. W. Bokker, for binding 300 copies of Fish Com- 
missioners' report 

Chicago. Burlington and Quincy B. B. Co., for 
rent of land for roadway at Quincy during year 
ending March 31, 1889, for use of Commission... 

H. T. Brown, for one month's services, $50.00, and 
expenses, $22.98, for flshway work on Fox river, 
by order of Fish Commissioners 



amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
Tor expenses $5,900 17 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for expenses 9,084 91 

amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
to furnish and equip office and storage 
boat 15 77 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
to furnish and equip office and storage 
boat 425 82 

amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
for the personal and traveb'ng expenses 
of Commissioners and assistants in en- 
forcing flsh laws 1,889 23 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for the personal and traveling expenses 
of Commissioners and assistants in en- 
forcing flsh laws 2.545 56 



To 



FUGITIVES FBOM JU8TICE. 

B. C. McBride, reward for arrest and delivery to 
th* Sheriff of Randolph county, of one Hiram 
Coffman, convicted of the murder of James 
Steele 

James F. Nunes, reward for arrest and delivery 
to Sheriff of Grundy county, of Newton Watt 
and Henry Swartz, convicted of the murder of 
Kelly Nichols 

Charles O'Bryan, reward for arrest and delivery 
t<» Sheriff of Alexander county, of George Har- 
per, convicted of the murder of William Gar- 



ney 



Charles O'Bryan, reward for arrest and delivery 
to Sheriff of Alexander county of one Jesse 
Reed. . onvictod of the murder of George Morris 

John Burkhardt and William J. Burroughs, re- 
ward for arrest and delivery to Sheriff of Monroe 
county of one William Seager, convicted of the 
murder of Frank Thompson 



Amount carried forward. 



1887-89 



1887 



1889 



1887 



1889 



$14,193 91 

3,620 63 
441 59 

637 17 

722 18 

19 00 
54 00 

100 00 

72 98 



9200 00 

400 00 

200 00 
200 00 

200 00 



51,200 00 



$174,434 54 



19,861 46 



$194,296 00 



13 
Statement— Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



To 



4 4 

• « 
« « 

< • 

• f 
t 4 
« • 

• ■ 

« 4 

« « 

• « 

• « 
« • 

• * 

4 4 
4 4 
t 4 
« • 
f ■ 
■ • 
4 4 
« « 
4 « 

• « 
« 4 

« « 

< • 
4 4 
« f 

< • 
44 
i • 
f ■ 
« 4 
• « 
«< 

i • 
I « 
4 • 



tuoxtztbs fbom JUSTICE— Continued. 

0. H. Archambault, reward for arrest and delivery 
to Sheriff of Montgomery county of one Thomas 
B. Knaggs, alias Thomas Davis, oonvioted of 
the murder of Samuel Waldrop 

William J. Randolph, reward for arrest and de- 
livery to Sheriff of Pope county of one William 
Gregory, convicted of the murder of Oscar J. 
Thompson 

Charles Tyffe, reward for arrest and delivery to 
Sheriff of Lawrence county of one Thomas 
Palmer, convicted of the murder of George Bopp 

Henry C. Craig, returning fugitives from justice 
to Adams Co . . . 



R. 8eaton,returnfg fugitives fm. justice Adams, Co 
Samuel Woods, 



George Thrush, 
Henry 4 Spiker, 

Charles O'Bryan, 

Louis H. Myers, 

Patrick Mahoney, 
• < 

D. W. Shankland. 
J. B. Miller, 
David H. Loper, 
P. E. Burke, 
W. R. Eltzroth, 
J. N. Pa- r, 
Henry Sherman, 
J. F. Rlttenhouse, 
Win. W. Andrews. 
John W. Halls, 
Benj. Williams, 

4 4 

Louis Haas, 

4 i 

Thomas N.Vallins, 
Jos. J. ODonnell, 
Wm. Hartman. 
Patrick J. Lavfn, 
Henry Palmer. 
Zaohary T. Kehoe, 
H. 0. Devereux, 
Patrick D. O'Brien, 
William Boyd, 

4 4 

Dennis Simmons, 
John Collins, 
Andrew Rohan, 



James C. McNamara, ' ' 
William King. 



«« 



(2) 



« 4 

4 4 

f « 

« 4 

4 4 



M. J. Crowe. 
W. F. Smith, 
Zaohariuh Kehoe. 
Timothy MoKeough," 
A. C. Burdick, 
William Plunkett, 
Thos. L. Treharn, 



« 4 
f 4 
4 4 



Cbartes £. Danks, 
John O'Malley, 

g. S. Berry, 
harles Hearle, 



• 4 
( 4 
« 4 
4 4 
«• 
< • 

• « 



" Joseph A. Thomas, 
Amount carried forward 



)••••••* 



Alexander 



Brown 
Carroll 
Champaign 

Christian 
Clark 



Coles 
Cook 



1887-89 



11.200 00 



200 00 



200 00 



200 00 

70 12 
60 16 

188 80 
65 20 
72 16 

80 SO 
90 00 

330 18 
47 48 

74 44 
96 92 
10 40 

421 49 

81 C 
175 50 

23 20 

35 23 

145 08 

51 01 

115 34 

138 92 

62 04 

72 74 

68 16 
383 30 

86 00 

82 40 
92 12 

71 12 
105 20 

69 52 

105 24 
247 20 

46 56 

106 38 
161 80 

75 54 
75 60 

133 16 
265 60 
20 40 
85 50 
44 88 
68 16 

67 92 
78 80 
20 40 

68 40 

84 32 
68 08 

85 76 
217 60 

72 90 
198 92 
132 68 
113 46 
132 32 
140 04 

60 72 



$194.296 00 



S8.189 OOl $194, 296 00 



14 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Amount brought forward 



fugitives fbom jubtice— Continued. 

To Jos. A. Thomas, ret'rn'g fug've fm. just'ce Cook Co 
*' Stephen B. Wood, " «... 

Charles C. Healey, 
W. T. Smith, 

William C. Weaver, 
John E. Conway, 
John M. Collins, 
Chas. A. McDonald, 



John M. Watts. 
George W. Jones, 

• 4 

John Sutton. 
O. S. Holcomb. 

Henry C. Henson, 

• * 

J. C. Custer, 
Isaac C. Jewell, 
John H. Ashley, 

Barney Overbeck, 

« 4 

Chas. £. Reynolds, 
William Henry, 
M. J. Helm. 
Joseph F. Nolen. 
John G. F. Powell. 

Thomas Ashburn, 
W. D. Crouch, 

a 4 

H. M. Crouch, 



Martic V. Riley. 
Thomas C. Williams. 
E. A. Wells. 



Howard F. Ross. 
J. K. Cadwalader, 
L. H. FrizelL 
Herman F. Duncan, 
E. 8. Gregory, 
I. N, Coaki.y, 
Lawrence Morrissey, 

Richard Merrick, 
J. N. St. Clair, 
Lewis Gowen, 
Chas. W. Tyffe, 



Wm. H. Woodyatt, 



John T. Wilson, 
John M. Bushel], 
J. V. Cunningham, 
A. T. Hayes, 
Wm. W. Mason. 



Jacob Kuhn, 
G. F. Ciowe, 



Amount carried forward. 



Crawford 

< • 

Cumberl'd 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 
« . 

Douglas 

DuPage 

< • 

« • 

Fayette 

< • 

Gallatin 
Greene 



• « 



Hamilton 



Hancock 

Henry 

Jackson 



Jasper 

Jersey 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Knox 

LaSalle 



Lawrence 



Lee 



Livingston 
Lo^an 



Macon 

a 4 

( t 

Madison 



1887-89 



• • 

• 4 
4 4 
1 4 

4 a 

4 f 
> 4 
4 t 

• 4 

• t 
4 « 
4*4 

4 a 
a a 
a a 
a . 
4 a 
< a 
a a 
a a 

• a 
a a 
a a 

• a 
a a 
a a 
4 a 
a a 
a a 

4 4 

a a 
a a 
a a 
a a 

4 4 

a a 
a a 

I a 

• ( 
a a 
a a 
a . 
a a 
a a 
4 a 

• a 

4 4 

a a 
a a 
a a 
a a 
a a 
4 a 
a a 
a . 
a a 

• a 
a a 
a • 
a a 

4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 a 
a a 
a a 
4 a 
a a 
a < 



98,189 00 



76 86 

43 44 

288 44 

128 00 

15S 20! 

74 16! 

62 86 

87 84 

83 67 

87 88 

85 00 

92 77 

48 00 

118 08 

83 30 

106 80 

369 50 

72 50 
79 20 

117 10 

117 .52 

50 25 

76 34 

64 04 
105 63 

65 65 
47 76 

73 34 
102 72 

91 80 
58 00 
39 22 
50 40 
67 31 

66 72 
52 12 
76 55 
62 32 
72 44 
87 70 

94 40 

95 61 
69 00 
52 89 

96 19 
90 18 
79 83 
13 32 
87 44 

139 94 
158 92 

95 

71 

81 « 
145 28 



88 
56 



95 



16 



187 10 
92 60 
10 32 
99 00 

120 68 

127 25 
79 10 

367 

156 

104 39 
81 28 
42 72 
78 12 
57 80 
37 24 



28 
04 



Total. 



9194,296 00 



914,973 49 



9194.296 00 



15 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount broug fit forward 



fugitive fboh justice— Continued. 
To W. S. Matthews, ret'ng fug*ve fm. just'ce Marion Co 



< • 



4 t 
4 t 



M. J. Helm, 
George Brooker, 
W. H. Tindall, 

4 4 

J. 8. Barker, 






James Hyman, 
Vinton E. Howell, 
•John P. Boyce, 
J. M. Warrick, 
M. H. Rqgen. 
Jno. W. Griswold, 

D. M. Simmons, 
R. E. Nazworthy, 

George F. Bishop, 

Thomas Gorman, 
• < 

James B. Monohan, 
Thos. N. Gorman, , 

Warren Noel, 
Edward Yates. 
Jacob WindmiUer, 
Wm. A. Campbell, 

Ralph E. Sprig?, 

Jeff. McWilliama, 

Wickliff Higgins, 

T. S. Silvis, 
• * 

PhiL Miller, 

4 • 

Evan T. Jones, 

Jno. H. Underwood, 

John NeiU. 

Mike Walsh. 

Jeff Langley, 

Alfred Dawson, 

J. Von Arnold, 

Louis Stalter. 
• « 

Len Myers, 

Charles Shultz, 

John Halls. 

J. P. Rittenhouse, 
• < 

W. F. Coffey, 
Frank Canon, 



« « 
< < 



< « 

. * 



« « 

4 t 
t 4 
« 4 
* < 
< « 



4 4 
f < 



(2) 



Tat Canon, 
James A. Hannah, 






Mason 
Massac 



McDono'gh 
• « 

• « 
McLean 



< < 



Mercer 

4 « 

Montg'm'ry 

Morgan 
Moultrie 

4 4 

°*! e 

Peoria 



Pike 

4 < 

Randolph 



4 f 
< 4 



Richland 

4 4 

Rocklsl'nd 

4 4 

4 < 

t 4 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 
St. Clair 

I 4 

4 4 

Stephens'n 
Tazewell 

4 t 

Vermilion 

. 4 

• 4 
4 t 

• < 
4 4 

Wash'ngfn 
Wayne 



Will 



Amount carried forward. 



914,973 49 



72 
00 



102 70 
76 00 

67 08 
51 
78 
88 08 

118 70 
43 96 
81 48 
75 50 
73 98 

102 24 

102 68 
50 48 

81 40 
75 00 
80 20 
46 12 
79 50 

52 4-1 
93 20 

105 50 
118 08 

68 24 
63 32 
38 70 
57 68 

117 20 

110 40 

132 54 

66 28 

6128 

112 16 

71 19 

50 20 

29 80 

29 04 

144 80 

23 12 

7 20 

43 28 

75 36 

82 80 
97 00 
32 80 
86 10 
26 76 
95 28 
84 17 
58$) 

36 80 

37 16 
109 88 

49 49 
42 63 
41 80 

103 72 
59 % 

130 06 
55 36 
55 36 

53 60 
150 24 



9194,296 00 



19,558 14 



9213,854 14 



16 



Statement — Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



fugitives fbom JUSTICE— Continued, 

To amount paid for rewards from appro- 
priation of 1897 8200 00 

" amount paid for rewards from appro- 
priation of 1889 1,600 00 

" amount paid for returning fugitives. 

Irom appropriation of 1887 8,861 81 

" amount paid for returning fugitives, 

from appropriation of 1889 8,896 88 



To 






■ « 



« t 



OENKBAL ASSEMBLY, (36th). 

members of the Senate, for per diem, mileage 
and compensation for postage, stationery, eto .. 

members of th" Senate for per diem, mileage and 
compensation, for postage, stationery, eto., for 
special session convened July 23, 1890 

officers and employes of the Henate, for per diem 

officers and employes of the Senate, for per diem 
for the special session convened July 23, 1890. . . 

members of the House of Representatives, for 
per diem, mileage and compensation for post- 
age, stationery, e»c 

members of the House of Representatives, for 
per diem* mileage and compensation for post- 
age, stationery, etc.. for special session con- 
vened July 23,1890 

officers and employes of the House of Represent- 
atives, for per diem 

officers and employes of the House of Represent- 
atives, for per diem for the special session con- 
vened July 23,1890 

employes appointed by Secre ary of State, for per 
diem 

expenses of Senate and House committees, in- 
curred in traveling, eto 

Thorn is M. Brown, for copying laws, journals, eto. 

Thomas M. Brown, for copying laws, journals, 
etc., for special session convened July 23,1890 .. 

A. H. Magic, for distributing laws, journals, et<* .. 

H. W. Clendenin, P. M., postage stamps furnished 
in distributing laws, journals, etc 

J. W. Barrett, for postage paid on public docu- 
ments 

American Express Co., expressage on laws, 
journals, etc 

United States Express Co., expressage on laws, 
journals, etc 

Adams Express Co., expressage on laws, journals, 
eto 



HEATING AND LIGHTING STATE HOUSE. 

To J. M. Strickland, 8)6 days labor repairing scales 
in heating department 

* ' Vredenburgh Bros., lumber furnished for heating 
department 

* ' Richard Bout, handsaw, barrels, etc., furnished 
heating department 

4 ' Jenkins Bros., packing furnished heating depart- 
ment 

" 8. B. Turner, 4 days services in heating depart- 
ment 

"' S. P. Lakin, 100 gallon oil tank furnished heating 
department 

" J. M. Brown, 1 dozen large brooms furnished 
h eat ing < I epartment. 
" Morgan 
John Highfleld. 6 



1887 

1890 
1887-89 

1890 
1887 

1890 
1887-89 

1890 

1887-89 

1887 
1887-S9 

1890 
1887-89 



« l 

• * 



Lemuel ^Morgan, 3 days labor in heating departm't 
lfleld, 6 

Amount carried forward 



1887 

1887-89 
1887 



« < 

4 t 
« « 



$39,567 80 

5,872 40 
17,938 50 

200 01 
118.064 30 

19,108 SO 
23.378 00 

1,000 00 

13,356 00 

441 15 
430 14 

44 62 
395 00 

150 00 

14 25 

354 92 

806 82 

286 47 



821 25 

525 

890 

455 

800 

6 00 

350 

5 00 

10 00 



8213,854 14 



240.913 67 



872 45| 8454,767 81 



17 



B 



Statement— Continued 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Toal. 



Amount brought forward 



HKATING AND LIGHTING 8TATE HOUSE— Continued. 



4 4 

4 4 
4 4 



To Wm. L. Davis, 7 days labor in heating depar't 
" M. J. Murray, 6 

John Goodwin. 6 

O. F. Sebbins, 100 pounds cotton waste furnish- 
ed heating dejpai tment 

Crane Bros. MTg Co., vice furnished heating de- 
partment 

George 8. Connelly & Co., oil, buckets, etc., fur- 
nished heating department 

£. L. Martin, making concrete floor in electric 
engine room 

William Drake, iron tank, repairing, hauling, etc., 
for heating department 

B. H. Armbruster, engine covers furnished heat- 
ing d 'partment 

Charles Frettag, hauling tools, pipe, etc., from 
boiler house 

Baker & Baker, cement for electric light engine 

J. H. Schuek & Son, lumber furnished heating 
depar' ment 

M. M. Buck & Co., 2 bales waste furnished heat- 



« 4 



4 4 
4 4 



Da 



ing department 
avid Sli 



iinpson. 4 days labor hauling coal for 



4 4 

4 * 



4 4 
4 4 



heating department 

" * James L. Hudson, vice, hand bellows, hand saw, 

etc . , furnished heating department 

"• B. H. Ferguson, police lantern, 4 gallon cooler, 

etc.. furnished heating department 

•• The Champion Flue Scraper Co., 3J£ inch scraper 

furnished heating department 

•* C. W. Freeman, amount paid Wabash B'y. Co. 
for f • eight on carbons and dravage 

John Merrick, labor in heating department 

Samuel L. Brown, freight and drayage on oil for 
heating department ; 

S. H. Richardson, repairing roof of heating de- 
partment room \ 

Pat Hrggins, freight and drayage on carbons 

J. C. Hall, oil, soap, e:c, furnished heating de- 
partment 

St. Louis & Chicago R. B. Co., freight on 1 bar- 
rel oil for heating department 

M. F. DeSouza, making and regulating valve for 
heating department 



1887 



< < 



1887-89 
1889 



i * 
1 1 



< < 
• * 



" Springfield Blectrio Light and Power Co., light- 
ing State House, carbons, tape, etc., furnished 
lighting department 

•• Electric 8upply Co., Ellis Oil filter furnished 
lighting department 

•• Consolidated Tank Line Co., 1 barrel cylinder 
oil furnished heating department 

•' The Ellithorpe Air Brake Co., 2 rubbers for 
canopy, strikers, etc., furnished heating depar't 

' ' Springfield Water Works, water furn^hed heat- 
ing department and State House 

* ' John C. Lamb, labor, material and repairs fur- 
nished h- at Ing department 

" E. 0. DeFreitas. hauling cinders, and labor for 
heating department •. 

• ' Blakesley & Co., boiler purger furnished heating 
department 

" H. D. P. Bigelow. general agent, insurance on 
boilers etc. , of heating department 

' ' Springfield Coal Association, 77 e /t& tons coal fur- 
nished heating department on contract 

1 ' Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, amount paid 
employes of heating department as per monthly 
pay roll 



Amount carried forward 

—2 A. 



1887-89 



1887 



875 45 



11 67 
10 00 
10 00 

10 00 

14 75 
7 14 

56 00 
571 20 

15 50 

300 

4 40 

1 80 
21 59 

6 67 
56 96 

625 

5 00 

1 93 
25 0U 

1 62 

32 50 
580 

885 

112 

850 

92 50 

25 00 

18 32 

8 00 

1,870 77 

"290 36 

185 24 

295 10 

200 00 

127 45 

2,874 06 



86,954 50 



$154,767 81 



$454,767 81 



Statement — Continued. 



Amount brought forward... 



d Lic.iriTsc. statu house— Continued. 

To W.C.Kibele, pipes and pi pa fit tings, plumbing an 
plumbing material, rapalrs, Qto.. furnished heal 

'tig department 

CT Irwin &Bro.,sand. lime, brink, etc., furnished 



:finlrl Iron Co.,iron for repairs furnished beat- 

department 

O, Hanrutty, material and repairs furnished heat- 
'" " department 



Ins department 

W. S J.H. Buck el. freight paid on oil and oil lank 

for heating department , 

E.B. Seward, hauling cinders from liea lnndepart- 
J. M, Rippey, plumbing, etc., for coating depart- 



3tar Lubricating Oil Works, oil furnished heating 

Zimmerman & I'ruuty, anpha turn, oil, tiorax, i 

furnished hnating department 

" ' "-■ -" "■ .. lubricating oompound, 



to., furnished beating depai 
L. Ide & Son. dynamo macu 
ions for electric lamps, eto., 



■y engine, 

lighting State 

electric lamps 



National Carbon Co., carbons 
for liglitiug State House 

Springfield Junction Coal Co.. 6.8S8V1 
furnished heating department on conl 

I. N. Pearson. Secretary of State, amount paid to 
employee of heating department aa per monthly 



pay r( 



' SprmgtleM Gaa Light Co., gas furnished for llgtit- 



n impropriation Of 1887, 

tp appropriation of 1889. 

*Letc 15. 

m appropriation Of 1887. 

leHouse B.23S 74 

m appropriation of 1889, 

,te House S. 

m appropriation of 1887. 



r purchase 
achloory fo 
Mtrio light 



a appropriation of IBS 1 *, 
o[ dynamos and other 
lighting State House by 



< •■.! .. 



ILLINOIS NATIONAL OUABD. 

on acoonnt of sundry expenses 

" Maxwell kro«.,' 7 arms chests furnished 

' Mrs. C. Wood, washing ng blankets 

" Noah Thomas, repuir>ng mower at Camp Lincoln 
" CapL J. N. Bt. Cfair, amount paid Insurant:- — 

proppriy of Co. A -"b infer.tr>-.. .. . 

" Oscar F. Stetjti :i«. «■ imSHieii" *n-' '.ools furnished 

■ H. F. C. Volker. labor aod material for tencl 

" J. Baum, nniMtrig aid :■ • line if 1.1 p>|i-a 
" Col. J. A. ShatTi-r. lisnilng mn'.tirlal for T 

Park rifle raogv .. 

" Adolph Gohrlng & Oo,, I'uti pomade lor polish- 
ing metals futnlnbud. 

mount carried furaurd 



374 38 
72fi2 



8.358 04 

104 00 
7.88153 

13,041 07 
6,261 90 
1. 984 80 



S20 00 

;■ to 

13 50 
12 50 



19 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



Amount brought forward. 



* * 



Illinois national OUARD— Continued. 

To nmn r\t finU] on went of sundry expenses of 
I. N. G.— Continued. 

Ei" I Kalzen*t«*in. appn ised value of horse, having 
d .1 . . r»»p.. T Ar\o ( in while under hire, en- 
campment of 1888 

Col. John C Bell, amount paid employes at Camp 
Lincoln 

Capt. J. W. Swanborough. amount, paid for lock- 
ers for Co. A, 3d infantry 

Wm. L, McKinnifl, building 1 Ofc rods wire fence 
at Camp Lincoln 

C. »v . Milter, labor of son carrying water at rifle 
i aim •• 

H. F. 0. Walker, posts furnished and labor on 
w'5 o f'-T^.i » fnmn Tin oln 

Lemon Logan, materials and labor on Turner 
Pai k rifle range and railroad fare 

Aiimi i>'' «'.». puu* •»• s, stencils and repairs 

Viuilrnnuigh Bio*». timber and saples furnished 
for fencing camp 

v «.» si»v*h ( humfn fo repairing flags furnished 

J. H. Rohuck & Son, 82 > pounds tarred felt 
furnished 

Li'-ui. A. L. Bull amount paid for repairing uni- 
foi ma 

Jchn ('. Cabannis. amount paid for lookers for 
<'o. E, 5'h infantry 

Wm. M. Deffenbaugh. repaiting gate at Camp 
Lmonin 

John Luce, 12 days labor on ice house and nat- 



« ■ 

* 4 



• « 



inn 



" Lemon T osran 9 days labor on ice house and 

natatoriiim 

" F. W. Lane, subsistence and target frames furn- 
ished Turner Park rifle range 

" P. F. '• imble, paints, oils, brushes, etc., furni hed 
" John W. Elliott, trimming hedge at Camp Lincoln 
" Jnme- L. Hudson, barbed wire, nails, etc., furn- 
ished 1 

M. Williaips, labor with team hauling coal 

B. H. Whitlock, 118 pairs trousers fuinished Is* 

i nf a ntry 

" John Morris Co., 1,000 lithograph commissions 

f urnishod 

" H. Ulrich. lab r hauling stone, and *-5 bushels 

coal for Arsenal 

" John Keseler. labor haul ng stone 

,# J. W. Vance, Adjt.-Gen., amount paid traveling 

expenses while under orders at Chicago. 



* • 
■ < 



Waukegan, » urner Park, etc 

•' Co'. J. A. Shaffer. 1 case cartridges furnished 

•• J. H. larkley & Co., furniture, stoves, and stove 

repai s 

•• Lie • . J«r rph Te 'fiv'o r . expenses attending 

board at Ottawa, December, 1888 

" Cant. D. 0. Haven, presi ing at election in Co. 

Torino Shot Towor Co., bullet carriers furnished 
HIiInu'I, Srence . Bartlett & Co.. 50,m« Win- 

rh<* t«r prinvis furnished 

Col. H. A. Wheeler, amount paid armory rent, 
tc, >d infantry, for 6 mon'hs, to Dec. 81, 1888... 

Wm. Diako. impairs at State Arsenal 

B. B. Zimmerman & Co., glass, ve.millin and 

bi u- hes furnished 

Brig. Gun. J. N. Reece, amount paid armory 

rent. etc.. of headquarters 2nd B. ig., six months 

to Deo. 81. 1888 

Amount carried forward 



* • 



» • 
■ * 



• • 



App. 



1887 



• < 



< < 



* * 

• < 

< < 

< « 

< • 



• < 
« • 



< < 



< a 



I t 
( I 



Amount. 



9129 61 



175 00 
124 50 

197 50 

160 50 

350 

69 20 

71 60 
23 72 

673 
468 



975 


250 00 


150 00 


800 


18 00 


18 50 


25 00 
4 45 
300 


51 41 
875 


865 80 


23 00 


830 
3 75 



227 50 
17 50 

81 60 

486 

8 26 
2 10 

60 00 

4,500 00 
12 55 

1 60 
165 85 



16,980 57 



Total. 



$494,021 71 



$494,021 71 



Statement — Continued- 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


A»o«... 


Total. 


Amount brouakt forward 




K 980 57 


[494,021 71 


ILLINOIS NATION1L GVMBD— Continued. 








To For armory rent, fuel, 
ithsto Dec..Sl, 1888: 








" Sth Infantry.... 


1887 


3W 59 




Co. A, 




568 12 




Sd Infantry.... 
Co. A, 




654 61 

212 57 




■■ D, 




239 28 




" E. 




2 9 71 




" A. 4th Infantry.... 




317 10 








211 82 




" O. 




267 45 




" H. 




311 81) 




" D, Ith infantry.... 




£71 87 




" E, 




206 84 




'.'. §■ '.'. 




17.', 50 
302 09 
280 95 




" 6th infantry 




193 00 




Co. B. 




168 71 




■■ E. 




219 "D 




;; ;; ft ;; 




MI .-i) 








«J7 Oil 




" " Ml 8th Infantry.... 




i7r. ou 




■• E. 




20ti 95 




■' F. 




19H i r . 




'.'. '.'. §• 




1!>8 :io 
21^ 7.'. 




" K. " '.'.'.'. 




]■?' "6 








in: oi 




" M. 




ma « 












" Co. B. 5th infantry.... 




V.i 00 




ps, 9mA. chevrons, let- 














774 18 

8 00 




lorso belonclng to State 








6(0 




dlng court martial No- 














700 




Col. B. M*. Smith, armory rmt, otc. F. 8. and B. 




6th Infantry to December 31. 1888..". 




2113 98 




" Lfmon Logan, labor at Btale Ar-cnal 








" Ridgoly & Culp, insurance for Co. A, 5th infantry 
" Capt. J. C. Cabannii, amount paiil for Insurance 




1150 










for Co. E. Sth infantry 




15 00 




" Col. J. H. Barkloy. services. (58.32. mileage. 










(44.40, aa member of board lor revising military 




102 72 




CoL H. A. Wheeler, services as member of board 










29 16 




' Col. E. B. Knot, services as member of board for 








58 32 




" Col. w73. Bracket!, services, (103.92. expenses. 










118.61). as member of board for revising military 




120 42 




' Col, Frtiti. Bennett, nervlces, KVi.S'J, oxpenoes. S8.S8. 




as member of board for revising military oodo.. 
" Col. Wm. Clendennln, services, (48,60, expenses 




67 20 










(13. 96, as member of board for revising military 








T 






9156 




-p amounts mid for armory rent. eto.. for various 




oommands for six months, to Dec. 31.1888, viz. : 










Capt. Edward Bld«ely. Co. B. 3d infantry.. .. 
■ n Wm. A. Whittbeeker, " C. 




48 00 








365 1)0 






' " Harry H. Boebe. " F, 

■ " Wm. Wlldt. " H, 




161 19 














• Lieut. W. F. Biesmann. " I. 




135 00 






CoL F ed. Bennett, F. 8. and B.,4th " 




227 25 






' Capt. E. B. Tolman, Co. C. " 
" H. K. Blanchard, " D, 




329 70 








342 56 






' " Thos. Ford, " E, 

• " H. F. Wledey, " P. Sth " 

' "' A. H. Chapman, " M, " 




354 33 
















208 04 




A 




(18,435 32 


(494,02171 



31 



B 



Statement— Continued , 



ACCOUNTS 




Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brouaM forma' d. 



• < 



< « 



Illinois national GUABD— Continued, 

To amounts paid for armory rent, etc., for various 

commands for six months, to Deo. 31, 1688, viz.: 

Continued. 
Capt A. W. 8M kney, Co. C. 6th infantry.. 

tY John MeFadden, " D. ' r 

E. R. Ellic.tt. " A. 8th " 

E ijah T/Engle, ** D 

W. H.MacBeth, " H. 

Edgar P. Tobev. Battery D 

Springfield Woolen Mills, burlaps, paper and twine 

furnished 

Capt. David S. Long. a» mory rent, etc. , Co. G, 6th 

infan ry, to Deo. 91,1888 

Capt. W. 8. Reeves, armory rent, etc., Co. D, 3d 

nfant y, for January, 1888 

Richard Oliver & Bloomfleli, medals and bars 

fu nibhed I or sharpshooters, experts, etc 

R. F.Herndon & Oo.,sheptings furnished for targets 
Capt F. A. Jackson armory rent, etc.. Co. B, 4th 

infantrv- for six months to Dec. 31 , 1888 

Capt. C. G. Guild, armory rent, etc., Co. K. 5th 

infantrv, lor six months to Dec. 31 , 1888 

Capt. Chas; R. Kessler, armory rent. etc.. Co. F, 

6th infantry, for six mouths to Dec. 3I.18S8 

Capt. John Jennings, armory rent, ere, Co. C.8th 

infantrv, for six months to Dec. HI, 1888 

Col. E. B. Knox, armory rent, etc., 1st infantry, 

for six months to Deo. 31. 1888 

Capt W. T. Channon, armory rent, e'e, Co. A, 

6th infantry, for six months to Dec 31.1888 

Capt C. H. Donnelly, armory rent, etc., Co. G, 

3d Infantry, for six months to Dec. 81,1888 

Capt. G. G. esser, armory rent, etc., Co. G,6th 

infantry, for six months to Dec. 81 , 1888 

Brig. Gen. Chas. Fitz Simons, armory rent, etc., 

headquar ers 1st brigade, for six months to Dec. 

31,1888 

Capt Edgar P. Tobey, amount paid ins man e for 

Batter yD 

Capt Thos. Ford, amount paid insurance for Co. 

E, 4th infantrv, and gun rack furnished 

J. Capps & S >ns, blankets furnished 

CoL J. A. Shaffer, mileage as general inspector, 

$14.80. and making record of rifle firing, $15.00.. 
Capt. W. S. Washburn, amount paid insurance 

for Co. M, 8th infantry 

Lieut CoL G. S. L>an , per diem and expenses 

whi'e on duty under oiders, on account Co. K, 

8th infantry 

J. Hubbard & Co., atomizers and disinfectants 

turn > shed 

Lieut. Col. G. S. Dana, per diem and expenses 

while on duty under orders, on account Co. C, 

8th infant ry 

Stryker & Co., 32 uniform trousers furnished Ut 

infantry 

Lieut i ol. Chas. R. E. Koch, amount paid for 20 

uniforms f urnishe 1st infantry 

Oliver & Bloomfleld, 390 expert and marksmen's 

bars furnished 

J. H. B it kley & Co., stove pipe, repairs, e c, fur- 
nished 

Capt E. F. Higgins, amount paid Insurance, ac- 
count Co. B, 6th infantry 

Capt. John MfFadden, amoun paid"insurance and 

lockers, acco int Co D, 6th infantry 

Hi board, Spencer, Bartlett & o., 50,000 Winches- 
ter primers furnished 

J. H. 8ohuck & Sons, tar felt lining furnished for 

lockers 

A. W. Stickel, corn for animal belonging to State 

furnished 

Amount carried forward.. 



1887 
• < 



$18,435 32 



253 35 
162 92 
201 40 
199 90 
175 90 
522 35 

35 94 

100 00 

41 67 

754 60 
8 00 

301 00 

222 00 

244 50 

155 45 

3.024 68 

227 00 

152 95 

48 56 

282 83 
20 00 

60 00 
92 50 

59 80 
10 00 

58 31 
. 8 50 

62 30 
99 20 
62 00 
101 20 
845 
25 00 
56 35 

60 00 
858 
350 



826,346 01 



$194,021 71 



$491,021 V 



Statement— Continued. 



brought forward... 



To amounts paid o 



otJiBD — Con tinned. 

knt of sundry expenses of 



J. M. Bippoy, plumbing, ropafrs, etc., at Camp 

Line In and Slate Arsenal. 

B. M. Whitlock. !■■ p::iip I un«,.vn furnished 



Lieut Col. G. S. Dana, servleea SKi.sn, uxpuns 
fSJT7. ins ectin.' Cos. B. B and L. 8lh infantry. 
Lemon Logan, labor on rifle range 



f Co.. setting 8 t 






•v.iV "crj.'.'isJKHi'taveL't'iia'-liirB'fiiriii 
saving wood ai Camp Linuoli 
& Co , Ht'al nbbon furnished 
, 17 pairs trousers fu nishi>d.. 
3r on rifle range at Turuei Par 
. 7 pairs trousers furnished... 
rawing and splitting wood at Camp 



mnt palrl laborers at Camp Lineal' 
Ki Co., Hubiiisti'iicc sto «h furnishi'd 
Ion. transporting Governor's staff 



Charles F. Peasn. rent of ground for Turner Par 
rifle ange 

CincinnaifL. St. L. ti Chi. B. K. Co.. turn- porting 
Co. H. 4th infantry, from Kankakee to Gardner.. 

Springfield Monitor, adve Using propo als for 



iii..'.. | iri( i ■ ■■ '.. i .i r i 
teaming, forage and subsis onae 

SprinRllftlrl Dally Nfiwfl, adynrtisijiR proponuls to 

IlllnoiH Slate Journal Co., advertising propoMJf 

for teaming, forage and subsistence 

John Yetler ( labor with team at Camp Lincoln 



Col. B 



is of 2d infan r 



tori 



' J. Buckel. paint furnished to paint, cj 



To amount paid ah follow:;: For p.>r diem of men 
dut under -orders a Braldwood and pri 
Valley during May and June I8X!>: 

" Cap'. A.J\ Tnurtill^ttu.Co. F. ith Infantry. 51) m 
" CDL.Wm.Clk'tideiiin. I-'. S.nu . B..i">th IB ' 

" Capt. OhM. R. RoHslor, Co. F. 6tb " 02 ' 
'" ,r J. N. St. Clair. " A. 4th " 52 ' 



J. T. Channon, 
Edgar II. Tolmao, 
" . Whltmore 



to.R. I. & 



paid while 

- ... fir I " - 



and freight on public property.. 
uiHiit carried forward .. 



31-SH 



1" IK 
II) (M) 



Statemen t — Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amount brought forward 




•36. 663 50 


3191,021 71 


ILLINOIS NATIONAL OUARD- -Continued. 






To amounts paid on account of sundry expenses o 








I. N. Q.—Cmt nurd. 








* Copt. Edgar B. Tolman. expenses paid pr^p-rinE 
Co. C. 4th Infantry, for duty during labor trouble 
















1887 


27 85 
490 90 




" 0. B. Daoa. amount paid for labor at Camp Lincoln 






'■ William Wta'te. lumber, timber, polus, etc. for 








tarjroi-i at Camp Lincoln 




113 30 




" H. Lneb. making brackets, bolts, targets, etc., [or 












10 75 




" Capt Tno.-.. J. Ford, insurance paid on public 








10 00 




" John B. Blvertson. one flag staff and Labor put- 








136 00 




To aevr riant fuel. 
IllllB SO. 1889, o 










) ' ., Bth Infantry . . 




£58 14 

8,296 36 
SB 35 
217 58 




\\ 3d infantry ... 








180 40 








192 19 




;; 3d ;; 




680 37 
66 76 
88 50 

187 H 




'.'. iih '.'. 




338 St 
300 U0 
290 50 
£48 33 
193 34 




'.'. 6,h ;; 




300 30 
200 20 
178 48 
159 35 

302 <» 
276 70 




;; 6th ;; ','.'.'. 




19150 
243 00 
153 85 
167 00 
293 61 
281 00 
263 50 
71 37 
£04 63 




'.', ah '.', '•'•'•'• 




22 50 










V.\ 17 










82 1*1 










74 85 










[II K, 




■■ Uni-ar A. Harvey, " H. 






28 ffi 




•' " W.N. Riokard. " L. 










" B. Waniiamangber. " F. " 








" '* W. a Wasbburn, " M, 




i:a w> 




" " A T. Jenkins, " 0, 




e.i £i 




'• " J. F.CUrfc ■• E 








'■ ■' Henry Fuller, " B, 








■' *' Edgar B. To bey, Battery D, 








■■ " Edwin Winter, " A, 












119 II 

551 85 

351 00 




■■ Capt. Jno. Hurt. Co. C. r.th Infantry.... 
" -T 8. R. Ulan bard. " D, 4th " .... 




'■ " Antho * Wilthera. " E, 3d " 

Edgnr B. Tolman, " C. 4th " 

■* " Chas.Q. Guild. " K.8(h " 




mass 






3l« IB 






210 75 




Geo. B. 8 mlden. *' A. 








" W. aLDeffenbaULb, waler-oloseta, plumbing, tar- 




307 10 












K 


*4 31 


8494. 021 71 



Statement — Continued. 



Amount brought forward . , 



3 to June 30 iw, o 



To Col. n. A. ' Wiwi-'»r. amount" pk<d as follow-: F..r 
l»>r tllt-ni of enlfat'-rf mm 41 infantry In attend- 
ance on encampment at C.iiuii Llnoolo In Jul) 

" Col. H A. WneOlBT. F. 6. and B..2d infautry.tt raf: 



" Cnrtli ,t WBrr''i.. .-i Sria lili.ni'i and trousor- 

fu.nl-hed ., 

" W x J H. Rurlii'l. frnluhi and dnimff*- oo public 

in... L i- ..... j .,.,._, . , .(.,.,.„ .,.i.« 
'■ ii, W Rokker. printing ordurn. envrlopea 

" Oeo. B. I'onnnllT. Bubal»iflnci- siores furBl»be-1 

'■ S rlm-HeM Water Work-.' water" rents for Slate 
Arsenal - 

'■ J. L. Ri<"\ aio'itj rnrdnr and prim r* furnished 

■ tJi-liiL-llc-l.! <■&« l.iKdl Co . nan ironmmed at Stal 
Arwiinl. ., ., 

'" Jhc" 11 Whiir >r. ii.nl fi:ri;i-h.--! S-ate Arsenal at) 






* l-e 



390 pounds bread fumislicii 
Works, cleaning uu 



' ■ Ti ■• M < 

' ' Conrad Hi 

troopa 

' Peal's Chicago sie H i 

rami' Irk uniforms 

' Wabash Rv Co., 'ransportation of troops encamp- 

rnent of 188R 

' Louisville. & N B. R. Co., transp rtation of troops 

encampment of 1881 

■ Indianapolis & Bt i.. R. R. Co.. transportation of 

troop* encampment of 1888 

'Ohio. Ind. & Weal. Ry. Co., transportation ol 
troop, encampm-nt nf 1888 

■ ChieaKO. R. I. & P, Rv. Co., transportation of 

troops encampment of 1888 

■ rMauanA «ltnii Tt R. Co, , transportation of troops 

* 

Line, transportation of troops 



aocountof I. N. O,. 
Amount carried forward.. . 



71 
4« 32 
1,928 ST 
IS 60 
»t 35 
1,988 S3 
U 7! 



Abatement— Continued . 



A iip. Amount. 



Amount brought forward. . 



To O. Styles, labor as marker 

" Chan. Hoffman, labor as marker 



rifle n 



ouied— Continu ed. 

Camp Lincoln rifle 
Camp Lincoln 



Elijah - ]'. Engle. " D, Slh 

Chan. H. Donnelly. " Q. 3d 

' Gen. Chailea FItz Simon , boor's 1st brigade.. 



" Mrs. L. Ste'de'y, » bushels potatoes furnished 

" H. E. Justice. subBl's'te'nce stores furnished troopa 

encampment in Ju]y,lX89 

" Chas. M. Kyle. 33 buahels potatoes furnished I 

troops in oamp ; 

To amount paid following for armory rent, fuel. 

l!nh a, etc.. for six months to Judo »i, W89: | 

' Capt-Wm. H.WcBeth. Co. H. 8th infantry.... 

■ '* Chas. E. Filch. " C, Blh " .... 

" Arthur Croiiker. " S, 6th " ,...| 

Lieut C. V. Anderson, " M, " " .... 

Capt.Ch«B.F. Whilim--- '■ ^ '" 

• T Elijah T.EnKle. 

Chas. H. Donnelly. 

uvDi Chailes Fits BlmoU 9 , uriurs ibi uriguuo... 

Wm. L. Davis, labor, trimming trees at Cai 

Lincoln 

John Hlghlleld. labor, laying lie at ( amp L n.-oln 
Geo. F. Touts, labor, as hostler " " i 

Chas. Green, labor in commissary house at Camp' 

Lincoln , 

Jno. Unrterfanger, freight nsid on public property; 
a. Dawson A Son. tile furuii-hed for Camp Lincoln 
1 Jaa. L. Hudson, tools and materials for Camp Lin-i 

_ coin 

To amountn paid o 



ttOTjTI^"'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.', 

lor Co. H. 3d infantry... 

- I ■• ::: 

" I » ::: 

rjr a bugle corps 

lor Co. H. 4th infantry . . . 



IS 38 

13 Ki 



ID fti 



Amount carried forward... 



Statement— Conti tiued . 



ACCOUNTS. 


A pp. 


A„„..t 


Total. 


Am lb hi f rvi d 




884. S70 24 


8494 021 71 


Illinois national ocAKD— Continued. 








To int of rations (urnfaliPd t< 
























" Co. 1.8th infantry,... 


1889 


11 00 




'■ D.Srh ■■ 




6 9 




" sis onions furniflhed Iroops 




450 




To 'B: For par diem of men in 
t pnient at Camp Lincoln 










1389: 








Co. C, 2d infantry, 72 men 








Batiary D. 72 " 
B.h,Co.r.lst " as ■■ 




S72 IH 






2tt 00 




" G, " 44 •■ 




815 00 




.. p .. jg .. 








" " D, " 40 " 




320 IH 




" g •■ 32 " 




27(1 00 






25100 




F. 8.. N. 0. 8. and 11.. 1st 




OKI 00 
228 00 




, Co. A, 1st Infantry, 2:1 men 
" _ F. 8. and B., Sd infantry 














544 00 

330 IH 




" h.Cn. A, 3d inf ntry.42 men 




■■ B, " 38 " 




300 00 




" 0, » " 




221 00 




" D. SI " 








•■ E. '" 85 " 




277 00 




■• n, " F. " 43 " 




330 01 




• • Q .. K .. 




379 00 




'■ H, " 49 " 




383 00 




" I, " 41 " 




32. i 00 




" E.lat " 39 ■' 




303 00 




1, '■ B,4th " 55 '■ 




440 00 




" D. 43 " 




330 OIJ 




" E, " 47 " 




3f.2 0l 




Co.F, " 40 ■' 




3»iOU 




" 0. ■' 67 " 








" H, " 47 " 




331 00 




S.AiB., 60 " 




521 00 




Co. B. " 46 " 




352 HO 




" A, " 63, '■ 




3117 00 




Bth " Wf " 




2-W00 




Co. A, •' 38 " 




208 00 




'■ 11, " 41 '■ 




32>i0' 




.. (. .. jg .: 




308 00 




" D, " 42 " 




330 00 




■• E. ■■ 67 '■ 




450 00 




, ■' F. '■ 04 " 




500 00 




" " Q. O. Mes er, '* 0, *' 49 " 
'■ " D. E. Clark, " H, " 43 " 




392 00 






827 00 




*' " W. F. Oolebaueh, " - I, " 37 " 




2»S HO 




" " E. Winter, llattery A, 56 " 
" *' L. L. Souther, Banifsth " 2.1 " 




380 IHI 






181 00 




"Col Bally M. Hmith.F. 8.andN. 8. " 21 " 
" Out. E. E. Elliott. Co.*. *' 45 " 
" ,v H A. Falter " B, " 56 " 




179 00 






SOU 00 






4 18 on 




■■ Lieut. J. F. Millar, " C, " 40 " 




310 00 




" Capt. E. T.EQKle, " D, " 41 " 
" ,r J. F. Clark, " E. " 60 " 




375 Ot 










" " 8. WannamauKher, " F, " 46 " 




360 HI 




" '• 8. Banlett Karr, " O, " 54 " 




432 00 




" " O. A Harvey. " K. " 43 " 
*' " W. N. Ricka.d, " L. " 48 " 




344 IK) 






84 1X1 




*' " Joe, Fozurcl, " M, " 52 '" 








" " W. H. ManBalh, " H, " 36 " 




273 00 




■' *' J. B. Wa hburn, '* I. " 55 " 




417 00 




"' ." John H. Hurt. " C, 6th " 36 " 




231 00 




" Col. J. H. Baikley F. 8. and C. 8, and Band 












476 00 
350 00 




" Capt. Oho. B. Sladden, Co. A, 5th Infantry. 4lmen 
" ,r A. Crooker, " B. " 40 " 






3"ft 00 








8106. 133 54 


8494.021 71 



£7 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount brought forward 



Illinois national GUABD— Continued. 

To amounts paid as follows: For per diem of men in 
attendance upon encampment at Camp Lincoln, 



in July and August, 
Capt a G. Guild, 



* * 



« • 
« • 



W H.Middlekauff, 
John A. Vickery, 
J. C. Cabannis, 
H.P. Wiedey. 
Fred B. Nichols, 
M. C. Wilson. 
Frank P. Wells. 



Co. K.5th infantry, 48 men 



« 4 

« 4 
t * 
4* 

4 * 
* « 



8- 



44 
38 
84 
44 
86 
46 
47 



Stephen O. Tripp. detacVt Co. L. 5th infan 
try, 3 men 

C»pt. O. A. Harvey, detach't Co. K, 8th infantry, 
2 men 

Capt. 8. Bartlett Kerr, detach't Co. G, 8tn infan- 
try, 8 men 

John Bierbaum, 4 loads sand furnished for Camp 
Lincoln 



Payne & Sons, nails, screws, etc., fun ashed 

Edward J. Sill, hauling publi • property 

Jerry Bates, labor as marker at Camp Lincoln 

rifle ranee 

W. D. Stryker& Co., 4 pairs trousers furnished 

let infantry 

B. M. Whitlock, 16 pairs trousers furnished 1st in- 
fantry 

Mai. Chas. Adams, transpoitation of troops from 

Camp Llnco'n in 1889 

Lt.-Col. F. Ziefleld, schedules, tools, stamps, etc., 

furnished 

John Peeney, labor as mark- r at Camp Lincoln 

rifle range 

O. Hanratty. material and labor furnished at Camp 

Lincoln in 1889-. 

John M. Bacon, tepairing pumps and cleaning 

well at Camp L nooln 

Jan. A. Smith, labor pitching tents, encampment 

of 1889 

J. M. rown, one doz. heavy b ooms furnished. .. 
Col. Wm. Cl»»ndenin. expenses paid whi e insp ct- 

ing companies of 6th infantry 

G. S. Dana, amount due 71 employes for labor at 

Camp Lincoln, encampment of 1889 

\dam Loeb, repairs on nay rack at Camp Lincoln. 
Kimber Bros., muslin, lin n. toweling, flannel, 

etc.. furnishe>1 encampment 1889 

Frank Hogan, straw furn she », encampment 1889.. 

C. Y Transfei Co.,dravageon pubic property to 
and from Armoi y at Chicago 

Capt. J. F. Clark* expenses attending board of 

examination on orders 

Mrs. Jacob Heck, washing and mending bed 

sacks for encampment 1889 

B. Franz & Bro., subsistence stores furnishe 1 

t oops, encampment 1889 

Geo Metzger, meat furnished troops, encampment 

1889 , 

W. M. Brewer, subsistence stores furnished 

troop-, eno mpm^nt 1889 

H. £. Justice, subsistence stores furnished troops, 

encampment 1889 

Geo. 8. Connelly, subsistence stores furn shed 

troop , encampment 1889 

J. E. Remick, subsistence stores furnished troops, 

enc mpment 1889 

John W. Bunn & Co.. subsistence stores furnished 

troops, encampment 1889 

H. L. Hampton, subsistence stores, furnished 

troops, encampment 1889 

John voter, sub intense stores furnished troops, 

en amp men t 1889 



Amount carried forward. 



Amount 



Total. 



1889 



$103,183 54 9494,02171 



379 00 
$18 00 
298 00 
210 00 
8»» 00 
275 00 
359 00 
376 00 

12 00 

8 00 

12 00 

6 00 
535 
300 

13 50 
12 40 
49 60 

100 

972 

20 25 

174 21 

11 50 

23 25 
300 

15 30 

1,790 90 
4 75 

105 59 
5120 

67 00 

11 45 

7 45 
28 13 

149 91 

23 00 

41 60 

85 48 

525 80 

1,811 50 

51 00 

4 05 



8113,926 43 



8494,021 71 



B 



18 



Statement— Continued 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



Illinois national GUABD— Continued. 

To amount paid on account of sundry expenses ot 

I. N. G.— Continued. 
H*»nry G. Garms. subsistence stores furnished 

troops, encampment 1889 

Leland & Wiggins, subsistence stores furnished 

troopb, encampment 1889 

Geo. Volker, 15 bus. potatoes furnished troops, 

enoampm nt1889 

John Underf anger, haul! off public property, en- 

oampmen' 1889 

Frank Clay well, labor at Camp Lincoln, encamp- 
ment 1889 

N. Kreiger, potaoes and cabbage furnished 

tro pa, encampment 1889... 

Thos. Flynn, labor at Camp Lincoln, encampment 



1889. 



Capt £. Winter, repairs and material and rations 
furnished Battery D, en route to encampment 
18*9 

C. W. B usher, repairing tents for encampment of 
1889 

Baker & Baker, sewer pipe, cement, lime, etc., 
furnished 

Ellick Can aher, labor as marker at Camp Lincoln 
ri fl e range 

Capt. Edgar P. To bey, poles, pads, and straps 
f urnished 

E. C. Cook & Bro., tent poles, pins, etc 

R. B. Hoover, erecting flag staff at Camp Lincoln 

Joseph Viera, labor as marker at Camp Lincoln 
ri fle range 

E. M. Krnigh, use or stove, pipes, elbows, etc. 
encamp men of 1889 « 

Hazlewood Nursery Co.. 26 bushels potatoes 
furnished troops encampment of 1889 

J. L. Soule, 20 davs services as instructor In 
"Litter" drill encampment of 1889 

Springfield Water Works, water rent for State 
Arpenal July 1, 1888, to July 1,1889 

E. S. Sweet, 5-tf bushels oats for encampment of 
18-9 

Col. W. 8. Braokett. stationery, desk, postage, 
etc., fu nished 

Joseph Stockton & Co., hauling public property. 

Albert W. Arns. extra clerical services during 
encampment of 1889 

James A. Shaffer, • 2 days services as instructor 
rifl a practice encampment of 1*89 

Col. J. H. Bark ley, hire of horses 62 days, en- 
campment of 188!} 

Joseph Black. 26 days labor at Camp Lincoln, en- 
campment o! 1889 

Emil Salze > stein, horses and transpoi tation 
furnished troops encampment of 1889 

S. N. Li; tie' & Son, horses and transportation 
furnished troops encampment of 1889 

L. H. Spaulding, 26 bushels potatoes furnished 
troops encampment of 18s9 

M. L. Bean, 3 bushels tomatoes furnished troops 
encampment of 1889 

M. J. White, executrix, lumber, etc furnished for 
target tange at Camp Lincoln 

Frank Hogan, straw furnished troops encamp- 
ment of I88» 

C mad Hart man, bread furnished troops encamp- 
ment of 1889 

B. J. Cavett, receiver, etc., transportation 
furnished troopn to and from encampment of 1889 

Lieut. H. B. Smith, transportation, telegrams, etc., 
furnished du ing Braidwood labor trouble 

Col. Fred Bennett, telegram messages on official 
business 



Amount carried forward. 



1889 



$118,926 43 



158 94 

55 40 

6 75 

164 85 

12 75 
9 40 
9 75 

50 30 

13 03 

40 18 
16 87 

30 00 
247 85 

12 50 

23 25 

31 35 
10 40 
20 00 
16 00 

132 58 

41 62 

14 00 

120 00 

498 91 

104 00 

39 00 

1,033 50 

1,050 00 

10 40 

1 50 
19 60 

3 08 

879 16 

39 60 

18 22 

2 45 



9118,863 62 



9494,021 71 



$494,021 71 



29 



B 



Statement — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



Illinois national GUAM)— Continued, 



To 



of 



• f 

• « 

• 1 

4 f 



< f 



« • 

• « 

• ( 
f < 

< « 



amount paid on account of sundry expenses 

I. N. G.— Continued. 
Hughes & Brookway, hauling public property at 

Joliet 

Bert Moore, 5 days services at company Armory, 

Co. H. 4th infantry 

Wm. L. Disttn, eggs furnished troops at enonmp- 

ment of 1889 

John D. Lumbkin, potatoes furnished troops at 

encampment of 1889 

G. 8. Dana, amount due employes in Quarter- 
master-General's department at Camp Linooln, 

encampment of 1889 ► 

Anna Hostman, 10 bushels potatoes furnished 

troops at encampment of 1889 

Duffy & Maloney, 66 tub a creamery butter furnished 

troop* at encampment of l w 89 

Eliza Mohlke, laundry ins: bed sacks, and subs'ts. 

stores furnished at encampment or 1889 

G. L. Forsyth, fish and vegetables furnished 

troops at encampment of 1889 

Springfl Id Woolen Mills, 182 pounds 52-tnoh paper 

furnished 

Zimmerman & Prouty, paints, oils, brushes, etc., 

furnished 

Chas. F. Steiger & Bro.. beef, ham. lard, etc., 

furnished troops encampment of 1889 

Kimber Bros., 1" yards flannel furnished 

Paul Berg, repairing re-loading tool 

John Underfanger. hauling 215 loads for troops 

encampment of 1889 

J. T. Wright. axel grease, stock feed, etc., furnished 
L. J. Bice. Agent, powder furnished troops, en- 
campment of 1889 

fi. B. Miller & Co., tea, baking powder, etc., fur- 
nished troops encampment of 1889 

Peel's Chicago Steam Dye Works, cleaning and 

mending uniform? 

Vredenburgh Bros., lumber, nails, etc., furnished 

at Camp Lincoln 

Edwin A. Wilson, 1,300 gallons milk furnished 

troops, encampment of 1889 

O. F. Btebbins, tools, nails, etc., furnished 

Jno. Gerdes, record slips for use in rifle pits at 

Camp Linooln 

St. John's Hospital, 7 weeks board and attendance 

for one man injured at Camp Lincoln rifle range. 
Henson Robinson, labor and repairs on public 

property 

Herman Rahman, washing and repairing bed sacks 



Ja*. Ferrara, repairing 282 unifoi ms 

B. H. Furguson, dishes, lamps, etc., furnished — 

B. N. Dodds. medicine furnished troops at Braid- 
wood and Spring Valley 

A. W. Stickel, oats furnished at Camp Lincoln... 

Springfield Electric Light and Power Company, 
lights furnished at Camp Lincoln during en- 



« < 
« • 



campment of 1889 

G. S. Dana, orates and locks furnished commis- 
sary department at Camp Linooln 

S. E. Prat her, grass seed and sacks, furnished.. 

G. S. Dana, per diem of employes, quartermaster's 
department encampment 1889 

John Bressmer, bunting furnished at Camp Lin- 
coln 



• < 

< i 



J. 8. Culver, concrete floor in ammunition room at 
State Arsenal and setting flag pole at Camp 

_ Lincoln 

J. B. Brown, articles furnished State Arsenal 

Wabash R'y Co., transportation of one piece 
artillery for encampment of 1889 



Amount carried forward. 



1889 



9118,863 62 



500 

10 00 

185 40 

24 35 

1,414 67 

250 

718 02 

195 10 

256 85 

18 45 

4 75 

8,442 18 
3 00 
120 

85 75 

8 80 

130 00 

245 02 

23 90 

47 75 

325 00 
107 85 

250 

44 60 

8 45 
52 80 
70 50 
29 75 

269 20 
1 00 

235 00 

500 
10 30 

116 00 

200 



32 81 

8 15 

4 86 



8127,011 58 



$494,021 71 



$494,021 71 



Statement — Continued. 



-Amount brought forward... . 



QCiED — Continued. 

To amount paid on account of sundry expenses of 
I. N. Q.~- Continued. 
" Jno. McFadden, amount paid for transportation 

or troops for enoampraent of 1SS9 

' G. D. R bortu, laundryinK (80 blankets 

' J. W. Elliott, trlmmlnir hsd(re at Camp Linooln.. 
' Baker A Bakor . tar felt furnished Co. I. 6th Infantry 

1 A. Hohwartzott, 110 buehela oats, furnished 

' P. H. Armbruater, labor and material repairing 

[shed" State 



i, MO i»l 
IHSffl 

in; ia 
•2v> 1:1 

IS4 (id 
IS! 35 
JUS M 
UN W 

2H 113 



sflV W 

sia (to 

Mi ',:. 



Stiil l« 
II 76 

.117 1? 



Amount carried forward .. 



Stat ement — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 


A pp. 


Amount. 


Total. 






If 45.510 93 


(494,031 71 


ILLINOIS NiTIONAL qqxkd— Continued. 








To amount paid following for Armory rent, fool Hants. 








etc.forsii monlbatoDeo. 31.18H9— r,,„unvi:>l. 








" Oapt H. A. Fall.ir, Co. B,Rlh Infantry.... 
'• ' l W. H. MiddleknufT. " M.Sth " 




mas 






319 61 




" " Jdo. J. Sweeney, " C.3d " 




2659 




"• " R. W. Malloy, " D.Oth " 




16183 




" " F. A. Jack-on, "• H.4th *■ 




30(1 OU 




■* " E. Wlnte .flattery D 

" " O. G. M«-snr, Co. G. flth " 




394% 






333 03 




" B. 0. Thompson, medicine fuiol-hed troopB on 
duty at Sp.iiiB Valley 




330 




'■ J. W. Vtim-e. Adj't Gen.. expense* putd while 








traTPlinfi undur orders at Chicago. Spring Val- 




93 63 




"' dpi. E. Winter, amount paid for rebuilding aiity 








167 00 




" Jacob Wheeler. 88 buaheia coal furnished State 








7 01 




"' Limit. A. E. Morton, insurance, po tags and 






3163 








ID 00 




'■ John Vetter, 18S4 da, a labor with toam at Camp 








46 33 




" W. D. ™ '-*— '" armory Co. C. 8th io- 








12 50 




" John I K public property and 








4 13 




" Col. Q: int paid expenses in- 








IKS in 




To amoun fo Armory rent, fueL 

lighii Us to June 30. 1K90: 

" Cor J. ind B.. fiih infantry.... 

'■ " F 2d " .... 






156 30 






4,500 00 




" Capt. . Co.F.Sd *' 
" ^ T 8 " D.4lh " 




166 50 






SIT 33 




" " 1 '■ O. 




216 S3 




'• " J " E,5th " 




196 58 






110 83 




" " J •• I. 




291 75 




■• " 1 " B.8th ■' 




90 40 




" " ] " C. 




319 90 




" " f " Q. 




332 00 




■' Col. ft maiters,8th " 




187 110 




:: - pt "t "°'k: " :::: 




160 35 
111 13 








139 12 








KB 33 
134 65 




" Gon 1 lendqiiartiirii. :' 1 h iwute 




" Col. C. lot infantry.... 
" " T headquarter. 3d " 




3.J1S 73 






769 71 




" c "P l - Jr - 9?S- '.'. 




£-.7 90 
21 00 
151 l>0 




•• ■• 1 , - A.ih " 




313 30 




" " 1 d. " F„ 




2% 00 




" ■' 1 tt, ■' F. 




173 75 




"Lleut.l. „ „,, " C. 5th " 

'■ Capt. W.F. Calln.lv, " H. 

■■ ' r B.W. Malloy. " J), 6th " 




45130 






82S92 






177 ra 




" " D. K, t'laik. *' H. 




3-i7 S3 




" " E. E. Elliott, '■ A. 8th " 




IKS IMJ 




" " H. A. Fuller. " B. 




172 00 




■' " Goo. H. Crowed " H. 




1118 96 




■' " Jon. Fozard. " M, 




234 31 




"Col. Wtn. Ci(9iHl--nin, heatlquariOra 6thinfanny 












188 63 




" Capt, C. H. Donnelly, Co. G. 3d infantry (6 moa. 
to Dec S1.18XBJ 






100 20 




" Cftiit. E. P. Fornbol!. Co. C.M Infantry 

"■ •* W. H. Midrtlekauff. Co. JL fiih infantry ... . 
" " E '*ar P. Tobey, battery D, Hi moa. to Doc. 




£17 50 






213 39 














£30 00 










1164.712 53 


8494,03171 



Statement — Continued. 



Amount brotwhl forward . . 



HiTIOHAL QOATO— Cotllin 



adquArt-T* <(h Infantry - 

O <\ hlli infantry 



-pimii -mt i-3 



:.K i::iil-' ■> 



r Park rifle ran«« 

" 11 i.- r. ■■:«■. ■!.,>. :i.i; I 

,.v U -,.— .-- lai business — 

" Jas. L. H ■■!"::■. i . - ■-:.■: !»■"■ (»■* fj ni>ih<-:! 

" C, D. llubi- t-, lajn.lryimj bjuifceta. 

■■ M. li.W«i'ii.*&('« . *■ 

" J H. Kchi. . * f- :i i r ■! - ;mr. .1 [■ It f.;r:-. .rt ...: 

" J. P. Sarrirr. an penal-.y sltrn board" for Camp 

Lincoln ! -...- ni-bed.. 
" Vredenbi 

" Lemue L. - 

' ' John I ■nid . l-.no ■. nun I '.,' :■ ... ;■-■■ ;■■ ' 
" Chan. Sei-itm»r"n s,,mi. uw copies blunfs I 

'•Ohio Vrtlli . *"Ti. iid Lumber Co!, limber f 
Turnor Park rifle, raua 

" 8. D. Child* a Co . medals, barn, buttons anil dtcn 
furnialitiil ■-■--. .. r ,. .. . ............... ...... ...... 

" Jet,. Q. like. :•?> (.-njiii'A Manual ot Ouard Duty fur- 

' ' Col. Jame* J( Hi ... npermen paid travu.l'og tinder 

Orders a» la»| >i <•! nil'- i-'wlioe ......... 

-' Chin. Ni.-. ■» ■ ■ ••ai:n:itt .i . . It .■■■■-. f,tri.i"!i...i 
" Einfuldl A. ; •.■■ii-h- -,:i: ■•■? • .r;..- •■■'■ 

" F. W. Law. a!. "i ami snbBl^'i^w furnished • 

" C. 8t eet£, tii'u an-! -»:■■: i«- furulahed 

'■Ma:sha!l Fl«'d & f > .71 >du. r-ll n furnlftho>{ 
" Cul. Belly M Hit. ill. K*i«r:i-<M i«ud mukir.g It 

6PlMJtii.lD ■ ' --'l :..ll..'-V 

" J. A. 8ml li. u -tr ■ ,\it \ jtflif nr.- twirl » 
" Capt. Taylor E. Brown. aiu< 

court maMlal at ('lili^aso.. 
" Col. Jas. A. StiulTirr, «e v1„t.., u , 

eoncjral Inapectur tine praotlue 

" Dr. F. L. Ma< !■■■«!•. -i-icii-niai tendance on mounded 

" indoLbl. pencils fi.f 

" mill ■■■•• ■■• ■•■ •■■ ■ ■ '.<■< 

•a- :n- -y ■■i». fuel iltfUt. 

IB 3u.(s« 

■" luarler- «l!i u.f uiry • 

Co 11.4th Infantry... 
•• 0.8a " 

A.... , 

00. B.ilb Infantry. . 



J expenses ot 



o and ■»!■.. 



■r>4 as 

3WS0 
218 60 

Ml <H> 
!»( 00 

r«i lu 

235 li 
IBS 00 

?,- (ill 

71 30 

IKS 9(1 



160 00 
175 19 
B84 70 
SO 00 



85 48 

II 00 

is ir. 



K. "til 



Jmoviil carried foneord.. 



Statement— Continued . 



Amuunt brought forward. 

ILLINOIS XASTON'L OCABD- Confirmed. 

To amount paid 08 follows tor per diem of men 1 

. — i „• Camp Lincoln, and Turner Park 

-' J ' at, 1890: 

4th Infantry, In 



3d brigade 13 ' ' 
inds. 62 " 

h't lBtlnfantrr.il n 



two cooka furnished 

23 men employed 

public property to a 

unci;. July, 1890 

liber furnished for b 

gotrramnB 

R. P. Herndon 4 Co., 13 yards sheeting furnished 

for target f ramus 

TV. H. Good, subsistence stores furnished tr 

in attendance on rifle practice. 1890 

Jacob Wheeler, Ice furnished troops in attendance 

on rifle practice. 1800 

Franz Bros., meats furnished troops in attendance 

on rifle practice. 1890 

Mrs. Chris. Mohlke. 28H gallons of milk furnished 

troops in attendance on rifle practice. 1890 ... 
Henry G. Garns, vegetables furnished trooi 

attendance on rifle -practice, 1890 

Geo. S. Connelly & Co., coffee furnished troops in 

attendance on rifle practice, 1890 

H H. Good, subsistence stores furnished troops 

In attendance On rifle practice, 1890 

Chas. Btreetz. subsistence stores furnished troops 

in attendance on rifle practice, 1890 

Paul Daniels, ice furnished troops In attendance 



mien on rifle practice, 1890 

Geo. H. Williams 4 Co., subsistence stores fur- 
nished troops In attendance on rifle practice, 1X90. 

Fritz Seeman, subsistence stores furnished troops 



te from Camp Douglas to home quar- 



John F. Barrow, 13 nights guarding at Camp Lln- 
icee under orders as gen- 



Caroline sTlfane, balance duo for rent of ground 
for north Camp Lincoln rifle range, to March 1. 



Chas. F. Pease, rent far Turner Park rifle range 
J. H. Barkley & Co., hauling public property. 
J. C. Klaholt, liming watch furnished for use 

State rifle leam 

Wm. H. Defrnnbaugh, raising eight bridges for 

skirmishers at Camp Lincoln 

John C. Bell, amount due 26 employes at Camp 

Lincoln rifle practice. July and August, 1890.... 
John C. BnlL expenses paid to and from and while 

on duty at Turner Park rifle range 



31 00 
SB 00 

woo 
so oo 

65 00 
39 00 
SOB 00 
£8 00 
1,501 67 

30 00 

128 49 

13 50 



64 68 
120 28 



18 DO 
12 DO 
45 00 



66 00 
BOO 60 
63 95 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


Amo ntbro htforw rd 




SI 76. MS 35 

63 33 

94 DO 

D50 
28-00 
18 00 

1 10 
305 

23 00 

8 60 

85 00 
32 30 
30120 

317 37 

574 87 

43 SE 

673 

996 

10 98 

40 89 

23 81 
4,343 47 

263 96 
1.209 4! 

194 49 

1.008 11 

39 9! 

4.170 40 

63 10 

65 35 

70 10 

288 27 

30 07 

1 08 

5 40 

60 91 

14 96 




Illinois katiokat. ooABii— Continued. 
To liias of 

Ialonoe 


IBS) 




" us fur- 
" leaning 
■* mini ■ : 




" lumber 




ioV on 




" r-QlBbed 




™~ 




' ' nlnhod . 
■' a prop- 




" Chicago & Alton R. R. Co.. freight oil public 




' ' Wabash ftaiiway Co., fruight on public property . 
" Ohio & Mississippi Br- Co.. freight on public 




" Jiii'kH.jiivilk' Southeastern Line, freight on pub- 




■• American Express Co., expressage on public 




" United States Express Co.. expressage on public 




" Adams Express Co.. expressage on public prop- 




" transporting troops 

Co., 

ilway Co., " 

yR.R.Co. •* 

'.'. cb.b.00. ;; ;; 

Co., 

B.B. Co., " 
R. Co.. " 

;; .R. r.Co, ;; ;; 
" wrn'Br.Ca;; ;; 

B. B. Co.. " 
B. Co.. 


190,784 00 


To amount paid from appropriation ofl887 
for titate camp grounds, fencing, Im- 
provements and repairfl 1319 06 

" amount paid from appropriation of 1887 

" amount paid from appropriation of 1889 












1684.785 71 



35 



B 



Statements Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



To 

• ■ 



« • 
• < 



ELLINOI8 STATE HISTOBICAX LIB BABY. . 

H. W. Kokker, letterheads, envelopes, records, etc. 

Adams Express Co., expressage on packages 
shipped by library trustees 

American Express Co., expressage on packages 
shipped by library trustees 

United States Express Co., expressage on pack- 
ages shipped by library trustees 

Josephine Cleveland, salary as librarian 

Josephine Cleveland, expenses paid as librarian. 

Arthur Edwards, expenses paid as trustee attend- 
ing meetings 

H. W. Beckwith. expenses paid as trustee attend- 
ing meetings 

W. L. Gioss, expenses paid as trustee attending 
meetings 

P. Walker, history of Crawford and 8t. Clair 
counties furnished library 

Samuel Adams, history of Bond and Montgomery 
counties furnished library 



N. M. Broadwell, rise, progress and cause of 
" " d HI 

swtin. history 

library 



Mormonism furnishe 
W. H. New tin, history of 73d III. infantry furnished 



ibrary. 
[ILJ 



Caroline B. Tozier, photograi h of U. S. Grant 

fur&ished library 

P. W. Warren, copying catalogues for library.... 



INCIDENTAL EXPENSES. 

To R. N. Dodds, ammonia, acid, alcohol, etc., fur- 
nished 

B. H. Ferguson, oil and window brushes furnished 
Jno. C. Lamb, material and labor repairing ele- 
vators 

Wm. White, osage orange gavels furnished 

Cai rie Johnson, services as proof reader 

' Zimmerman & Prouty, asphaltum, brushes, paints, 

etc v furnished i 

' Jas. L. Hudson, hardware sundries furnished 

' Geo. S. Connelly & Co., soap, oil and blacking fur- 
nished 

' J. H. Barkloy & Co., stove bolts and perforated 
chair seats furnished 



« • 
* < 



• « 
» « 



< « 



B. N. Dodds, alcohol, sponges, etc.. furnished . 
O. Hanratty, material and labor, plumbing and 



« • 

< * 



. . _ gas 

nttin* 

J. E. Hemmick. pearline and mop sticks, furnished 

W. J. Barnes, washing canvas 

J. C. Morehead, repairs to water coolers, radiators, 

etc 

J. M. Strickling. repairs to froight elevators 

August Leroy, locksmith's materials and repairs. . 

* ' Jno. M. Bacon, repairing chain pump 

•' Jno. C.Lamb. " 

• " S. Withrow, extra services in office of Secretary of 

State 

'• O.K. Nelson, repairing floors in ftfflee of Attorney 

General 

* ' J. Buckel, glass, paint and papering bath room . , . 
*' D. B. Boss, white washing kitchen and laundry of 

Monroe street . esidence 

4 ' Thos. Richardson, services cutting grass 

" P. F. Kimble, paper and paper-hanging, Monroe 
street i"t*flidonfte 

•• Hendrix & Co., Springfield directory furnished 

* ' Myers & YanDuyn, repairing hand-cart 

" W. L. Sackett, half dozen indellible ribbons fur- 
nished 

" J. fl. Barklev & Co., plumbing and repairs 

" Jno. C. Lamb, drilling book press for screws and 
repairing lawn mower 

Amount oarried forward 



1889 



1887 



4* 
** 

( < 

• * 

• 1 

< * 

1 * 

• f 

< 4 

< * 

• t 

• I 

t I 

< • 
t « 
« 1 

I « 

( < 

• t 

< < 

t I 

« I 
I ( 
« « 

t I 
« < 



$14 70 

135 

80 

190 

383 00 

800 

18 00 

56 71 

30 69 

500 

5 50 

500 

300 

100 
16 40 



S12 80 
2 70 

12 80 

160 
26 00 

33 45 
44 05 

11 00 

1 65 
6 15 

53 30 

725 

10 00 

10 70 
1 25 

17 05 
125 

11 25 

40 00 

760 
577 

400 
200 

76 85 
4 00 
550 

965 
660 

875 



$129 77 



9684,785 71 



551 05 



9685,396 76 



B 



36 



Statement — Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



TotaL 



Amount brought forward. 



incidental expenses— Continued. 

To- Jno. C. Newman, wire fire screen furnished 

" H. D. Dudley, oiling combination look 

' * Sanders Curtis, 5 days service with lawn-mower 
on capitol grounds 

4 ' James Curtis, services as janitor 

" S.N. Little & Son, hire of horse for cutting grass 
on capitol grounds 

4 ' Daniel Chinn, hauling grass and brush from capitol 
grounds 

• • B. N. Dodds, olive oil, alcohol, etc., furnished 

44 Oscar F. Stebbins, bcythe, lawn rake, etc., fur- 
nished 

4 ' O. Hanratty, plumbing fixtures, etc.. furnished — 

*• W. & J. H. Bucket amount paid for freight and 
drayago on 3 boxes scales 

" CM. Partlow, services as janitor 

4 * Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and Insurance 
Co., amount due for insurance on boiler in heat- 
ing department 

" CM. Partlow, washing 85 dozen towels 

* ' Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, amount paid 
for services of janitors, watchmen, etc., of State 
House as per monthly pay roll 

4 ' Bichter & Doland, cleaning bust of David Davis 
and repairing column 

4 ' Wm. Drake, hauling iron, repairs on tank and boiler 
house, lime, etc 

4 ' J. H. Barkley & Co.. repairing water cooler 

' ' Culver Marble and Stone Co., extra labor, excavat- 
ing and removing earth from between principal 
walks, east front of capitol building 

44 Springfield Water Works, water supplied State 
House, quarter ending Sept SO, 1889. 

4 ' John Bressmer. 51 yards toweling and one dozen 
towels, furnished » 

44 JohnC. Lamb, repairs on lawn mower 

" C. W. Woodgard, amount paid freight on goods 
shipped 

' ' Jed Shaw, services as janitor 

" August Leroy, microphone battery, zinc, etc., 
furnished 

4 ' Oscar F. Stebbins, 1 gross mops and 1 scythe 

44 B. N. Dodds, chalk, etc., furnished 

" O . Hanratty, plumbing and gas fixtures 

4 ' Jas. M. Bacon, repairing pump 

4 * Jno. W. Bunn & Co., 1 box castile soap, furnished. 

44 P. F. Kimble, paint and putty, furnished 

4 ' Culver Marble and Stone Co., repairs on ground 
stairs and pointing steps of east front 

" £. B. Seward, hauling 27 loads manure 

4 ' O. Hanratty, repairs on water closet and sink 

44 Jno. W. Bunn & Co., 1 box soap, matches, etc., 
furnished 

4 * August Leroy, repairing 

4 ' Ohas. H. Long, 4 bushels Kentucky blue grass seed, 
furnished 

4 * J. N. Jellison, 6 dozen extra weight brooms, fur- 
nished 

4 ' J. M. Bacon, repairing chain pump at Monroe street 
rfiflidftiw^f^ 

" D. B. Boss, plastering and whitewashing Monroe 

street residence 

41 Jno. W. Bunn & Co., 1 box castile soap, furnished. 
' ' Jno. 0. Lamb, steel spring for chairs, furnished . .. 
4 ' Catharine Jones, 19 days services as janitress ladies 

toilet room 

4 ' O. Hanratty, material and repairs for water closet. 

Oscar F. Stebbins. 12 dozen mops, etc., furnished . 

E. F. Gehlman. labor putting up platform 

■ ' T. E. Smith, use of horse for lawn mover 

" Jas. L. Hudson, padlocks, bolts, etc., furnished.... 

Amount carried forward 



« « 



1887 

< « 



1889 



f < 
« * 



• « 



«« 
<« 

<« 

• < 

* < 

. 4 

< < 

< « 

• ( 

• f 

< f 

< ( 
4 f 

< « 

( I 



<l 

f f 

« < 

« « 

< I 

« t 

t « 

* I 

« ( 



$429 77 



800 
1 00 

500 
39 50 

13 00 

125 
1155 

865 
10 15 

255 
60 00 



83 34 

63 75 


3,978 92 


2 75 


117 58 
235 


48 75 


434 65 


10 13 
300 


2 05 
50 00 


11 65 
22 35 
1 75 
22 85 
1 00 
434 
1 18 


8 57 
20 25 
10 30 


575 
590 



800 

24 00 

200 

500 
555 
400 

19 00 
655 

26 45 
540 
1 50 

12 48 



95,618 51 



1685.336 76 



3685,336 76 



37 



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Statement — Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought fortoord 



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« • 

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* * 



nroiDBNTAii expenses— Continued. 

ToW.L Sackett, 100 sheets carbon paper and repair- 
\ntf q trvD ©'writers 

8. 8. Elder & Co.. i70 lbs*, lead!" solder, etc.',' fur- 
nished 

F. A. Drew Glass Co., 2 plates glass 32x73 

0. Hanratty, repairs and plumbing 

8. H. Biohardson, repairing and painting heating 

house 

E. H. Wright, extra clerical services in office of 

Secretary of State 

B. N. Dodds, alcohol, borax, etc. , furnished 

Wm. Drake, one tank furnished 

Western Union Telegraph Co., telegraphing for 

Secretary of State 

Adams Express Co., expressage for Secretary of 

State 

American Express Co., expressage for Secretary 

of State '. 

H. W. Clendenln, postage for Secretary of State .... 

W. J. Barnes, washing canvass. 

Central Union Telephone Co., telephone rental and 

service to Secretary of State 

1. N. Pearson, Secretary of State, amount paid for 
services of janitors, watchmen, etc.. of State 
House, as per monthly pay-roll 

Jacob Wheeler, ice furnished Secretary of State.. 

Baker & Baker, lumber and shingles furnished 

O.C. Morse, washing 163H doz* towels 

amounts paid on account of repairing dome of State 

House, viz.: 
Wm. Drake, wire guards used in repairs of dome.. 
J.C. Morehead, balance due for labor and material 

in repairing roof and stone work at base of dome 
'. C. Morehead, climbing flag staff on State House, 



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and repairing dome 
8. 8. Elder, work and material repairing dome.. 
8. 8. Elder, 3.600 pounds copper, 200 pounds solder 

166 feet cable wire for repairs on dome 

amount paid on account of repairing cornice of 

dome of State House, and of repairing roof of 

State House, viz. ; 
J. C. Morehead, balance due for labor and material 

in securing cornice at base of dome 

J. C. Morehead. 9)6 days labor and material furn- 
ished in repairing gutters on main roof 

amounts paid on account of carpets for State 

Tjihnwv viy * 

Springflefd Carpet Co. , carpet furnished for library 
ohn Bressmer, 61ft yards carpet furnished for 
library 

amounts paid on account of gutters inside of coping 
three sides of State House grounds, and on ac- 
count of hydrants and pipes, viz. : 

Horace C. Irwin & Bros., sewer pipe, labor input- 
ting in sewers and connecting same from State 
House grounds with city sewer 

W. H. Odoene, work on gutters 

Culver Marble and 8tone Co., one curbing corner 
furnished 

John C. Lamb, putting in sewer grates 

John Camplin, sodding along side gutters 

E. L. Martin, part payment for putting in gutters 
on contract 

Wm. Hartwig. hauling dirt, etc 

H. C. Irwin & Bros., building catoh basin and sew- 
er to Spring street 

E.X. Martin, material and labor putting in gutters 
on contract 

O. Hanratty, putting in water pipes and hydrants 
on State House grounds 



Amount carried forward. 



1889 



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1887 



« < 



1887-89 



1889 



1887 



» * 



** 



1889 



$5,618 51 



40 65 

123 45 

28 00 
19 35 

17 20 

100 00 

305 

335 00 

785 

285 

13 20 

900 

13 80 

121 00 



17,411 28 
321 54 
140 77 
110 03 



39 58 

318 00 

24 90 
640 09 

799 75 



387 00 
30 05 

68 00 
82 00 



137 90 
10 00 

20 00 

1150 

800 

800 00 
14 25 

48 88 

276 60 

516 15 



£28.669 18 



*C85,336 76 



$685,336 76 



B 



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Statemen t — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



XNcn>ENTAii expenses— Continued. 

To amounts paid on account of terrace on south side 
of State House grounds and on account of trees 
on grounds, viz. : 
'* E. B. Seward, hauling manure and labor on 

grounds 

' ' E.B. Seward, terracing and sodding 

* ' Baker & Baker, lumber and nails used in planting 

trees 

• * C. W. Cretors, planting trees 

' ' Ambrose Martell, hard maple trees furnished and 

set out 

To amount paid on account of stone walk, east front 
State House grounds, viz.: 
" Culver Marble and Stone Co.. labor and materials 

furnished putting down walks on contract 

To amounts paid on account of hauling dirt and 
manure and grading on State House grounds, 
viz * 
" Culver Marble and Stone Co., labor and teams 

grading to walks 

' ' Culver Marble and Stone Co., grading and repair- 
ing grounds 

' ' Jno. Do whew, grading and sodding grounds 

" Wm. Hartwig. hauling dirt 

" E. B. Seward, grading grounds 

' ' Yeachre Jones, labor grading on grounds 

To amounts paid on account of painting and repalr- 
* ing outside woodwork of State House, viz. : 
' ' J. Buokel, varnish, whiting, asphaltum, etc., fur- 
nished 

' ' Baker & Baker, paints, oils, etc., furnished 

' ' Herman Struck, paints, varnish, etc.. furnished. . . . 
" P.F. Kimble, whiting, oil paint brushes, etc., fur- 
nished ,. 

' ' Zimmerman & Prouty, red lead and shellac fur- 
nished 

' ' Baker & Baker, nails, white lead, lumber, etc.. fur- 
nished 

J. Buckel, lamp black, brushes, etc. furnished 

I. N. Pearson, Secretary of State, amount paid 

laborers as per pay-roll vouchers 

To amounts paid on account of incidental expenses of 
36th General Assembly, viz.: 

" Magnolia Soap Co.. 1 box toilet soap 

' * Thos. L. Conner, 10 doz. feather dusters 

' ' Ben. Kirlin. loading and hauling Nauvoo relic from 

Court House to State House 

Callaghan & Co., 63 copies Star & Curtis statutes 

furnished 

J. F. Tenney, repairs to stamps and self-inking 

stamps furnished 

Chicago Legal News Co., 67 statutes of 1887 fur- 
nished 

G. F. Foster, Son & Co., 30 ft. American furnished. 
Shober & Carqueville Lith. Co., engraving plate 

and furnishing 540 commission - 

B. H. Ferguson, oils, soap, brushes, cuspadors.eto. 

Frank Simmons, stationery furnished 

J. C. Klaholt, clocks furnished 

J. B. Brown, pens and postal guide furnished 

J. W. Barre t, amount paid for postage due on 

election returns 

Jno. Morris Co., stationery furnished 

Chas. B. Patch, engrossing Lincoln joint resolu- 
tion 

Mrs. Jas. M. Brewer, repairing house and senate 

flags 

J. E. Hemmlck, brooms, matches and mop-heads 

furnished 

Enoch Paine, binding letter heads, etc., in pads 
Hugh Sullivan, 8 days services as watchman 



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1889 



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928,669 18 



80 00 
60 00 

10 01 
23 00 

110 00 



6,600 00 



SI 92 

150 00 

145 82 

16 50 

27 26 

100 



60 25 
101 09 

830 

61 46 

125 

22 72 
400 

859 71 

500 
100 00 

800 

126 00 

24 65 

152 50 
24 50 

40 00 
97 85 
12 35 
8 0;» 
10 00 

18 64 
339 

5 00 

31 00 

81 50 

50 61 
16 00 



$37,746 02 



$685,336 76 



$685,336 76 



39 



B 



Stat em en t— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



IKOIDBNTAIi EXPEN8BB— Qoiltinued. 

To amount paid on account of incidental expenses of 
86th General Assemby— Continued. 

Springfield Gas Light Co. , gas furnished 

Allie Marvin, 11 days services as messenger 

H . Parmalee, IS days services as watchman 

Fayette Adams, 13 days services as watchman 

Springfield Electric Light Co., electric lights fur- 
nished, lighting State House during May, 1889. . . . 

W . G. Hill, 15 days services as watchman 

August Leroy, repairing electric bells, keys, looks, 

eto 

* * Jas. L. Hudson, hardware sundries furnished 

'" Isaac N. Pearson, Secretary of State, amount paid 



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« • 



watchmen for June, 1889, as per pay-roll 



Central Union Telephone Co., telephone toll 

Horace Chapin, services In Secretary of State's of- 
fice, comparing bills 

" A. Claus, repairing clock 

' * E. H. Styles, upholstering furniture 

" H. W. Bokker, 1,460 inaugural tickets. 1 index, eto. 
" F. N. Burt, moving foundation and putting in pump 

for elevator 

C. C. Morse, washing 84 dozen towels— special 

session 

W. B. Watson, 9 days services as janitor— Hpeoial 

session 

KoGrue & Powell, turning and polishing 6 gavels— 
speoial session 



« • 



• • 



Henry B. Worthington, 1 pump set on foundation 

for elevators— special session 

Jacob Wheeler. Ice furnished— speoial session 

John Bressmer, crash, towels, etc., furnished— 

flneoial session 
Weems Laundry Co., laundrying canvas— special 

session 

C. M. Partlow, laundrying 112% dozen towels.... 

W. J. Barnes, ' ' canvas 

John A. Parr, laundrying canvas and 55 dozen 

towels 
Mrs. J. A. Parr, laundrying canvas and'24 dozen 

towels 
H. W. Hendricks, laundrying canvas "and Mtyii 

dozen towels 

Jacob Wheeler, ice furnished 

H. W. Clendenin, postage stamps and box rent. 
4 ' Henry Abels, extra services in (Secretary of State's 

office 

' * Adams Express Co. , expressage furnished 

" United States Express Co., expressage furnished 

" ' American Express Co. . expressage furnished 

" Western Union' Telegraph Co.. telegraphing fur- 
nished 



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\* Springfield Water Works, water furnished 



" ' B, & J. H. Buckel, drayage on books 

" Baker & Baker, lumber, plaster, sawdust, nails. 



4 * 



etc., furnished. 

Geo. S. Connelly & Co., pearline, oils, matches, 

brooms, soap, etc 

" W. C. Kibele, repairing tank, plumbing, gas fit- 
ting, eto 

4 * W. H. Duckstein, decorations, floral designs, etc., 
for Inaugural and memorial services 

" 0. Hanratty, plumbing, gas fitting and plumbing 
materials, etc., furnished 

" John Bressmer, towels, cortioine, crash, etc., 
furnished 

4 ' Jas. H. Barkley & Co., furniture repairing, fur- 
niture and gas fitting furnished 

•' W. L. Sackett. exchange of typewriter and type- 
writer supplies furnished 

" John C. Lamb, repairing chairs and repairs for 
heating department 



A mount canned forward 



1889 



$37,746 02 



858 65 
22 00 
26 00 
26 00 

839 GO 
80 00 

60 65 
46 57 

1,285 48 
1 00 

200 00 
250 
1 00 
900 

69 25 

18 00 

18 00 

825 

945 75 
44 10 

1200 

125 
86 18 

76-85 

94 50 

33 08 

51 02 
275 46 
212 45 

250 00 

365 

51 25 

24 60 

240 

1,137 80 
1 50 

99 36 
154 20 
191 01 
118 00 
100 56 
172 64 
295 56 
178 10 

8135 



$44,957 54 



8685,336 76 



9685,336 76 



B 



40 



Statein en £— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



nfojpBNTAL expenses— Continued. 

To amount p'aid out on account of incidental expenses 
96th General Assembly— Continued. 
" Aug. Gast Bank Note and Lithographing Co., en- 
graving and stationery furnished 

To amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
for incidental expenses of Secretary of 
State 98,717 20 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for incidental expenses of Secretary of 
State 15,719 33 

amount paid from appropriation of 189, 
for repairing dome of State House 1,822 32 

amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
for repairing cornice at base of d* me 
of State House 308 00 

amount paid from appropriation of 1887, 
for repairing roof outside of dome of 
State House ,.. 109 05 

amount paid from emergency appropria- 
tion of 1889, for incidental expenses of 
96th General Assembly 8,318 89 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for purchase of caipet for State Library 150 00 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for putting gutters Inside of coping on 
three sides of State House grounds. .. 1,827 13 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for terrace on south side of grounds.. 90 00 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for stone walk from east front to Sec- 
ond street 6,600 00 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for setting trees on State House 
grounds 143 04 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for hydrants and pipe 516 15 

amount paid from appropriation of 1889, 
for hauling dirt, manure, etc., and grad- 
ing grounds 375 00 

amount paid from approyriation of 1889, 
for painting and repairing outside wood- 
work of State House 1,108 78 



INSTITUTION FOB THE BLIND. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

" repairs and improvements! 



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I * 



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fire escape 

paving street 

library for inmates 
repairs to cornice., 
piano tuning, etc. . . 

oottage for girls 

repairs of chapel... 



INSTITUTION FOB THE DEAF AND DUMB. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

" repairs and improvements. 
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" library 



1 1 



erection of cottage for girls .... 

extension and improvement of 

grounds 



Amount carried forward 



1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 

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< « 
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1887 
1889 
1887 
19489 
1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 



$44,957 54 



346 85 



924.000 00 

47,500 00 

3.504 77 

1,732 94 

1.200 00 

3.400 00 

49 97 

296 25 

2,33127 

16,386 10 

4,163 90 



975.000 00 

125.000 00 

2.142 25 

4.995 66 

426 89 

532 89 

275 57 

10,000 00 



9685,336 76 



45,304 39 



104,495 20 



£218,373 26 



9835,136 35 



41 



B 



Statemen t— Continued , 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount brought forward 



institution fob the dbap and dumb— Continued. 

To appropriation for purchase of engine for electric 

light plant 

street improvement, paying, etc. 



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• • 



• « 



ILLINOIS CHARITABLE BYB AMD BAB INFIBMABY. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

furniture 

4 < 

repairs and improvements! ..... 



<• 



library 

paving Peoria street (assess- 
ment) 

painting buildings 



ILLINOIS ASYLUM FOB FEEBLE-MENDED OHLLDBBN. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

repairs and improvements..!!! 



• « 



improvement of grounds 

sewer construction 

library 

erection of custodial building, 

etc 

electric light plant 



ILLINOIS STATE BEFOBM SCHOOL. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

library !!!!!!!!!!!.!! 

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repairs and improvements .... ! 



ILLINOIS SOLDIEBS' OBPHANB* HOMB. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

repairs and improvements! 
library ! 



purchase of lands 

erection and furnishing of a 
chapel, etc 



ILLINOIS SOLDIBBS* AND SAILOBS* HOMB. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 



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cottages and furni c hing 

additional cottages and furnish- 
ing 

services of architect and super- 
intendent of construction, etc. 

repairs and improvements 

library 

barns, stables, shops, etc 

roads, walks and improvement 
of grounds 

cold storage house 



Amount carried forward 



1889 

< * 



1887 . 

1889 | 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 



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1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 

1887 

« < 

1889 

• < 
< < 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 

1887 
1889 



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Amount. 



•218,873 26 



1,200 00 
4,356 06 



818,750 00 
33.750 00 
282 65 
1,752 36 
17158 
976 71 
100 00 

400 74 
880 04 



$46,500 00 

82,500 00 

2,333 12 

2.091 26 

500 00 

4,909 80 

87 39 

26,159 22 
4,050 00 



937.500 00 

57,500 00 

300 00 

300 00 

80 50 

3.15164 



$41,250 00 

57.500 00 

1 03 

3,992 69 

358 77 

495 14 

4,000 00 

66,618 00 



393,375 00 

162,500 00 

11,599 82 

12,000 00 

3,786 20 

5,000 00 

500 00 

5,000 00 

2,000 00 
2.000 00 



Total. 



•835,136 35- 



223,929 31 



57,064 08. 



169,130 79 



98,832 14 



174,210 63 



297,761 02 



$1,856,064 32 



B 



42 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward , 



INSANE HOSPITAL— NOBTHEBN. 



To appropriation for ordinary expenses. 

repairs, etc 



improvement of gi ounds 

fire proof doors and walls 

renewal of plumbing in north 

and eouth wings 

renewal of laundry machinery, 

etc 

library 

equipments of work shops, etc. . 

new Darn and stock sheds 

building feed storage 

new piggery and yard enclosures 
fire-proof basement of Hospital 

buildings 

inside and outside painting. 

erection and furnishing of new 

building 



INSANE HOSPITAL— BOUTHEBN. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses 

Improvements and repairs 



improvement of grounds 

vegetable cellar 

library 

laundry and machinery 



engine, pump and pump-house . 

thermostats, electrical clock, etc. 

erection and furnishing of new 

building, etc 



INSANE HOSPITAIi— EASTBBN. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses . 



stock and farm implements, 
furniture and fixtures 



library 

repairs and improvements 



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land 

inside and outside painting 

additional stock barn 

straw barn and wagon shed 

enlarging main kitchen, etc 

enlarging laundry building, etc.. 

additional electric lights and 
machinery 

concrete floors in basement cor- 
ridors, etc 

completing south wing of em- 
ployes quarters 

converting old farm house into 
cottage, etc.. 

root house 

land drains and repair of sewer. 

coal sheds 



Amount carried forward 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 



1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 

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1887 
1889 

1887 

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1889 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 
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973,500 00 

70,000 00 

2,265 89 

4,986 56 

693 80 

1,609 77 

690 10 

999 58 
12 8K 
330 96 
4.272 49 
990 00 
500 00 

500 29 
1,587 63 

49,150 24 



177,625 00 

125,000 00 

3,966 12 

3,101 95 

423 46 

800 00 

53 70 

9,020 90 

110 82 

344 

49,377 63, 



1180,000 00 

275,000 00 

1,108 36 

1.978 22 

6,745 45 

486 82 

487 43 
6,859 90 

14,288 08 
2,0(3 96 
6,870 23 
109 94 
1,800 00 
6.213 42 
6,541 68 

7,195 23 

78150 

15,000 00 

2.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,971 80 
1,500 00 



91,856,064 32 



211,989 12 



269.483 0B 



540,002 02 



82,877,538 48 



43 



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Statement — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



-rf- 



App. 



Amount 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



INSANE HOSPITAL— CENTBAL. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses . 



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repairs and contingent 

improvement of grounds 

extending dining room 

repairs and improvements 

library 

brick stable and carriage house. 

steam engine 

street paving 

erection of new buildings, etc... 



LAB0BEB8, JANTTOBS, WATCHMEN AND POLICEMEN IN 

STATE HOUSE. 

To appropriation as per monthly pay-rolls 



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LINCOLN HOMESTEAD TBUSTEE8. 

amounts paid following on account of repairs to 
Lincoln Homestead, and for salary of custodian: 

Horace C. Irwin & Bro., labor and material putting 
in chimney thimble , t 

Joseph Woods superintending repairs and re 
modeling Homestead 

L. W. Coe, labor, paints and varnish furnished in 
repairs 

J. M. Bippey. amount paid for plumbing, gas- 
fltting and paving 

Paullin & Patterson, papering four rooms and 
two halls of Homestead 

The Culver Marble and Stone Co., labor and ma- 
terials laying brick walks and placing at Home- 
stead ...... 

The Culver Marble and Stone c6.Vstone"waiksi hy- 
drant platform, grading, sodding, etc 

O. H. Oldroyd, one shade tree furnished Home- 
stead 



L. W. Coe, painting brick wall at Homestead 

C H. Edmands, material and labor repairing gut- 
ters 

The' Culver Marble and Stone Co., hitching post, 

horse block, etc., for Homestead 

Helwig & Hopkins, repairing pump, plunger, 

val ves.e to 

H. H. Biggs, making painting and setting for 

Homestead 

H. O. Irwin & Bro., materia! and labor repairing 

chimney 

J. H. Barkley & Co., one smokestack for Home- 

stead 
O. H. bidrdydV brass lettered plate for 'flag' pole 

furnished 

Pau lin & Patterson, gilding eagle, ball and flag 

Dole staff 
Buck & Mokee, carpenter work on barn at Home- 
stead 

J. H. Barkley & Co., one Palace King furnace put 

in Homestead 

John B. Sissons, planting elm tree and removing 

on e apple ti ee 

John Dowman, laying sod in yard 

L. W. Coe, painting kitchen and front wall of 

foundation 

Buck A MoKee, labor and material repairing roof.. 

Cu]p,Troxell & Co., insurance on Homestead 

O. H. Oldroyd, salary as custodian from October 

1,1888, to October 1, 1890 



Amount carried forward. 



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1887 
1889 
1887 



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1889 



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1887 
1889 



1887 



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1889 



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1887-89 



9112.500 00 

155.000 00 

7,000 00 

264 58 

470 55 

4.<3<; 72 

357 50 

• 4.5(H) 00 

1.K00 00 

8.307 70 

53.159 65 



84.08100 
7,675 78 

4 



81 50 
50 00 
2100 
76 48 
56 00 

261 75 
106 05 

125 

12 00 

408 
4120 

305 
10 00 

5 60 

13 85 
12 46 

725 
180 00 
300 00 

6 00 
10 00 

25 00 
1134 
27 50 

2,000 00 



82,877,588 48 



347,796 70 



11,759 78 



8.243 36 



83,240,888 82 



B 



44 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



MINE INSPE0T0B8. 



To James Freer, salary as Inspector. 
Walton Rutledge, 
Thomas Hudson, 

Sfuinton Clark, 
ames Taylor, 
Ellsha Beadle, 



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1889.... 9,000 00 



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MONET BBTUNDED. 



To collectors, for overpayments on accounts . , . 
tax refunded, paid in error 



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NOBMAL UNTVBBSITY— NOBMAL. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses .. 



" erecting boiler house, buying 
new boilers, etc 



NOBMAL UNIVEB8TTY— SOUTHEBN. 

To appropriation for ordinary expenses . . . 

library 



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fuel 

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repairs'!....!......'. 

apparatus:!!!!!!!!!! 

museum !!!!!!!!!!! 
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trustees' expenses 



care of grounds 

engineer and janitor. 



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UNTTEBSITT OF XLUNOI8. 

appropriation for current expenses of instruction 
" payment of taxes on lands .... 

repairs and improvements 

apparatus 

current expenses of instruction 

in mechanical shops 

books and binding for library.. 

specimens 

construction of drill house 

purchasing and setting new 

boiler for machine shops 

amounts paid on account of appi opriatlons to 

State Laboratory of Natural History, viz. : 
appropriation for field work, office and incidental 

expenses 

" " building entomological labora- 
tory and breeding room 

improvement of library 

salaries and assistance 

publication of bulletins 

illustration of biennial report of 
State Entomologist 



f « 



Amount carried forward 



1887-89 



1 1 



1889 



1887-89 



1887 
1889 



f • 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 



1889 
• • 

• c 

l« 

•f < 
f < 
< < 



1889 






83,600 00 
8,600 00 
3.600 00 
3.600 00 
2,760 00 
840 00 



$728 42 
40 87 



920,620 17 
34,366 95 

4,000 00 



815,760 00 

26,250 00 

750 00 

625 00 

750 00 

1,875 00 
750 00 

1,250 00 
875 00 
625 00 
375 00 
312 50 
375 00 
625 00 
450 00 
720 00 

1,200 00 



$40,000 00 
3,088 67 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 

3.000 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

10,000 00 

1,250 00 



2.000 00 

1,000 00 

1.000 00 

6,000 00 

500 00 

250 00 



83,240,338 32 



18,000 00 



769 29 



58,987 12 



53,057 50 



78,588 67 



83.449,740 90 



45 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total 



Amount brought forward 



OFFICE OF OOVEBHOB. 



To newspapers 

' ' telegrams and telephone rental. 

" ice •, 

clerical service 



• < 



" articles furnished and repairs. 

" postage. 

• • ■ - • 

« * 
« ■ 



stationery and printing 

express charges, freight and dray age. 

publishing proclamations 

porter 



OFFICE OF 8ECBBTABY OF STATE. 



To 

i « 

« « 
4 i 

• « 

• c 

4 4 
4 4 
« 4 

• 4 

4 4 



stationery, books and printing 

telegrams and telephone rental 

newspapers 

expressage, freight and drayage 

clerical services 

furniture and repairs 

indexing records 

incidentals 

postage 

stenographer and typewriter 

Sorters and messengers 
tting vault, iron boxes and book racks. 



1887-89 



< i 
« • 

< * 

4 I 
f f 
44 
f « 
I « 



OFFICE OF AUDITOB OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



To stationery and law books 

telegrams and telephone rental. 

newspapers 

postage 

express charges 

clerical services 

ice. 



furniture and repairs 

{)orters and messengers 
noidentals * 

binding reports 

stenographer and typewriter 

printing blanks, pamphlets, records, etc. 



OFFICE OF THE STATE TBBA8UBEB. 



To postage and postoffloe box rent 

' ' advertising and newspapers 

" repairs and furniture 

" telegrams and telephone rental. 

•' expressage 

"ice 

incidentals 

watchmen 

clerk and messenger 



i« 



* « 
• « 

< • 

f • 

< c 

t 4 

41 
• 4 



OFFICE OF THE ATTOBNBT QENEBAI*. 

is and telephone rental. 



To telegram! 

postage 

expressage 

books, papers, costs, records, printing, etc. 

traveling expenses 

incidentals and repairs 

porter and messenger 

stenographer 

ice 

furniture 



Amount carried forward. 



1887-89 

4 4 
4 « 
< « 
4 4 
f < 
4 1 

• 4 
« 4 

• 4 
4 4 

1889 



1887-89 

4 f 
f 4 
4 • 
f t 
4 4 
I • 
4 I 
44 
« 4 
• 4 
4 4 

1887 



1887-89 

4 4 
• 4 
« < 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



1887-69 



4 4 
• t 
44 
f « 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
41 4 



$162 77 

255 85 

64 20 

50 00 

907 20 

800 00 

86 30 

19 82 

20 00 
1.400 00 



$171 20 

123 00 

228 75 

94 C 

650 00 

78 90 

6,000 00 

218 11 

1,499 85 

1.850 00 

2,715 84 

1,984 25 



$71 70 
296 06 
146 00 
789 00 
118 67 

1,075 00 

68 60 

822 52 

2,800 00 
106 10 
225 00 

1,250 00 
86 65 



1168 50 

189 80 

625 80 

145 95 

42 80 

63 50 

189 70 

6,400 00 

2,300 00 



$392 87 

15175 

24 60 

602 21 

1,781 93 

61 40 

1.400 00 

2,200 00 

45 50 

223 73 



$3,449,740 90 



3.266 14 



15.613 46 



7,295 90 



10,120 05 



6,823 49 



,| $3,492,859 34 



B 



46 



Statemen ^—Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT GENEBAL. 

To olerk hire 

• c 

ordnance sergeant '. 

if ii 

custodian of battle flags! etc ............ 

• • • « • • 

janitor and messenger 



4 4 



tv oe writer 

incidental expenses', including stationery! postage, 

telegrams, telephone rental, expressage. etc 

incidental expenses, including stationery, postage, 

telegrams, telephone rental, expressage. etc ... . 

assistant 

repairs and preservation of flags, etc 

watchman and laborer at Camp Lincoln. .......... 



PENTTENTTABY— NOBTHEBN. 



To appropriation for current expenses 

library 



« < 
« # 
*4 



* * 
<« 



< i 



painting, relaying floors, repair- 
ing walls, etc 

new water supply tanks, pipes, 
etc. 



conveying female prisoners f om 
Southern Penitentiary at Ches- 
ter to Northern .Penitentiary at 
Joilet 



P ENTTENTTAB Y— SOUTHEBN . 

To appropriation for current expenses . 

library 



« c 

• « 

4 4 
I « 
i < 

f f 
«« 

• « 



f f 
I f 
f < 
f < 
«« 
i I 



repairs 

repairs and refurnishing . . 
building south cell-house . 

boilers 

contingent 

furnishing new cell-house. 



PBINTEB EXPEBT. 



To J. B. Mosser, 226 days services as printer expert. 
4 ' Carrie Johnson, 10 days services as acting printer 

expert 

' ' Don B. Frazer, 586 days services as printer expert. 
" Carrie Johnson, 457 days services as assistant 

printer expert 



PBINTINO PAPEB AND STATXONEBY. 

To John Morris Co., stationery furnished Secre- 
tary of State on contract 

" J. M. W. Jones Stationery and Printing Co., sta- 
tionery furnished Secretary of State on con- 
tract 

•' Edwin T. Gillette, paper furnished Secretary of 
State on contract 

" J. W. Butler Paper Co., paper furnished Secretary 
of State on contract 

" W. H. Parsons & Co.. paper furnished Secretary 
of State on contract 



Amount carried forward 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1867 
1889 

I 4 

1887 
1889 
1887 



1887 

* 4 

1889 



«« 



«• 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 

1887 
1889 

1887 
1889 



4 4 
4 • 



1887 
1887-89 



1887 



«c 



• i 



92,250 00 
8,750 00 
600 00 
500 50 
525 00 
878 00 
525 00 
480 00 
K80 00 

742 60 

864 18 

1,500 00 

48 25 

18 00 

520 02 



826,000 00 
800 00 
299 50 

15,000 00 

4.000 00 

2,000 00 



965,000 00 

65,000 00 

69112 

109 09 

500 00 

6.000 00 

35,000 00 

2.400 00 

10,000 00 

8,000 00 



91.856 00 

60 00 
8,516 00 

1,37100 



94,053 06 

3&09 
3.702 90 

294 21 
8.402 50 



916,777 76 



93.492,859 34 



13.58150 



47.509 50 



187.700 21 



6.303 00 



93,748,043 55 



47 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total 






816.777 76 

348 50 

2,440 85 

320 00 
22 00 

142 05 

834 15 

281 40 

8,425 68 

454 40 

749 95 
234 87 

59 00 
82 92 


18,748,048 55 


PBurnNG papeb and stationeby— Continued. 

To Western Bank Note and Engraving Co., engraved 
envelopes, letter heads and warrants furnished 
Secretary of State on contract 


1887 
«i 

1887-89 

« « 

1889 

• • 
«< 

<« 
f « 

4 4 

1* 

1 4 

1887 

< < 
« « 

i « 

4 • 

f • 
t « 
• « 
< « 

4 I 

1889 

« i 

• • 

• • 

• < 
«« 

i« 




" August Gast Bank Note and Lithographing Co.. 
engraved letter heads, envelopes, warrants and 
blanks furnished Secretary of State on contract. 

" J. H. Paddock, services as Secretary of Board of 
• Commissioners of State Contracts 




The Burr Index Co., two indexes furnished 

" John Morris Co., stationery furnished Secretary 




J. M. W. Jones Stationery and Printing Co.. sta- 
tionery furnished Secretary of State on con- 
tract 




" Edwin T. Gillette, paper furnished Secretary of 
State on contract 




" W. H. Parsons A Co.. paper furnished Secretary 
of State on contract 




'* Western Bank Note and Engraving Co., engraved 
envelopes, letter heads and warrants, furnished 
Secretary of State on contract 




" August Gast Bank Note and Lithographing Co.. 
engraved letter heads, envelopes, warrants and 
blanks, furnished Secretary of State on oon- 




•• H. W. Bokker. paper furnished Secretary of State 
on oontraot 




" flhoher & Oarqueville Lithographing Co., en- 
grayed requisition blanks furnished Secretary 
of State on oontraot 




" D. Wilcox & Son, publishing proposals for State 
contracts 






81,172 88 


PUBLIC PBXNTING. 

To H. W. Bokfrer. contractor, for public printing.... 
*' The Springfield Printing Co.. contractor, for pub- 


12,283 89 

5.000 00 
1,703 16 

40 50 

42 62 

10 00 

122 50 

84 00 

54 90 

26 10 
8.800 00 

20,100 00 
2.995 92 

15 00 

10 00 

420 00 

18 00 

25 85 


Phillips Bros., oontraot ors, for public printing ... 
" The Inter- Ocean Publishing Co., publishing notice 
of change of name of town 




*' The Inter-Ocean Publishing Co.. publishing notice 
of proposals for State contracts 




" The Illinois State Journal Co., publishing Gover- 
nor's proclamation relative to Thanksgiving 
day 




" Yolk, Jones & MoMeln. printing illustrations of 
report of Fish Commission 




" Photo-Engraving Co., illustrations furnished for 
report of Fish Commission 




" The Illinois State Journal Co., publishing Gover- 

" Springfield Daily News, publishing Governor's 
^proclamation relative to election 




" BT W. Rokker. contractor, for public printing .... 
" The Springfield Printing Co., contractor , for pub- 
lic printing 




" Phillips Bros., contractors, for public printing ... 
" The Illinois State Journal Co., publishing Gover- 

" The Illinois State Journal Co., publishing Gover- 
nor's proclamation relative to Johnstown suf- 




" The Springfield Printing Co., printing election 
registers 




' ' Josua Llndahl, amount paid for drawing gcolog- 
IaaI man fr»r fltAta HifttnrtaAl Lihrarv 


» 


" Josua Llndahl, amount paid for photo-engraving 
geological map for State Historical Library 






$41,246 94 


83,779,216 48 



St&temen t — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 






341,846 94 

3S7 37 

341 90 
S3 IS 

241 08 

34 60 

82 90 
37 60 
30 00 
16 00 




PUBLIC FBI* Ting— Continued. 
To The Illinois State Journal Co.. publishing notioe 


ISM 

1887 

1887 

1887-69 

1887 

1887-89 
1887 

1887-89 
1889 




" The Illinois State Journal Co., publ 1 shin u Gover- 
nor's proclamation convening 36th General As- 




■ ' The Transcript Publishing Co. . publishing notioe 




" The Inter- Ocean Publishing Co., pubUshtag notioe 




*' Springfield Dally and Weukly News\ pubUshing 
notioe oi proposed amendment to State oonstf- 




" The Telegram Publifihlng Co., publishing notioe 




" The Illinois State Journal Co., publishing notice 

of proposed amendment o State constitution .. 

" T. W. 8. Kidd, publishing notice of proposed 




" The Illinois Stato HujtiHter. publishing notioe of 
proposed amendment to State constitution 


42.888 ■ 
30,904 OS 


To H. W. Rokker, contractor, for public binding 

" Enoch Paine. " " 

" H. W. Bokker, " " " 

" Enoch Paine, " " 


•13,402 16 
2.067 94 
13, M0 73 
1.473 21 


BAH-BOAP AND WiBEHOCBK COMMISSI ONERS. 

To mmissioner 


(2.381 96 

2,881 95 
3,381 96 
6,493 06 

5,493 06 
5,493 06 

99 00 

87 40 

147 00 

344 88 

283 31 

279 07 
1,000 00 

112 15 

350 00 
203 00 

478 39 
2,125 00 

384 09 

2.826 00 

117 85 

530 00 
11136 


















" immlssloner In malt- 




as Commissioner In 




as Commissioner In 




" an Commissioner in 




as Commissioner In 




amlssioner in making 




«tary of Board 

To amounts paid as fol- 

Searetary on aooount 








For incidental office expenses. Including station- 
ery, postage, express charges, ice, telegrams, 
telephone rental, printing, map covers, efo 

" J. H. Paddock, traveling expenses as Secretary on 












' ' Charles Hansel, services as consulting engineer in 
examination of condition of lines Of railroad 
and bridges, and making schedules and maps 

' ' Charles Hansel traveling oxpsnses as consulting 










«3,002 49 


13,853,406 74 



Statement — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 


ApP. 


i„0.«. 


Total. 








(3,853.405 74 


BAII.H AD AND W A BEH OD 8 E C UMIB 31 S £R B- i '01 [ inue (1 






To ■ Inci- 








BMg«, 


18CT-8B 


8570 
900 00 












phone 




10150 








67 71 




















r»' 




563 00 
31 51 




office 




46 96 
81 98 
700 




.ew to 




16 00 




■aorip^ 








ibinot 




50 10 




















r and 




22 95 
89 * 




apsof 












43 80 
13 88 

135 00 








62 40 

8 00 
75 00 




links 








!^" n 




70S 
34 00 




of St 








^ 




18 00 
























































10 95 
850 
GOO 

13 00 


























«8,08fl M 





B 



50 



Statement— Continued, 



ACCOUNTS. 



APP. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



BAXLBOAD AND WABEHOU8E COMMISBIONEBS-Conttnuetf 

To The Chicago Legal News Co., 4 copies statutes of 

• • Wm. Mayhew, repairs in* Secretary's office !!!...*. 
" J. O. Chance, clerk of Supreme Court, costs incase 
Mobile & Ohio B. B. Co. vs. People, &c 



BBPOBTBB AND BEPOBTS 8UPBEMB COUBT. 



To N. L. Freeman, salary as reporter. 
' ' 387 copies of 123d volume. 
124th 
125th 
126th 
127th 
128th 
129th 
130th 



•« 887 
11 387 
" 887 
" 888 
** S88 

"887 

• « 



t « 

< i 

i 4 
i * 

* t 



t 4 
< « 
I 1 
ft 
«« 
« * 
« < 



1889 



■ « 



1887-49 
1 1 



STATE BOABD OF AOBIOULTUBB AND AaBIOULTUBAL 

SOCIETIES. 



To 

. < 

< « 
< « 
< • 



Treasurer State Board of Agriculture for appro- 
priation for salary of Secretary 

appropriation for chief clerk 

" clerk hire 

curator 

" porter 

" ' * office expenses, repairs, etc 

" agricultural library 

" " " museum 

appropriation for collecting and publishing crop 
statistics 



appropriation for payment of premiums at State 
Fair and Fat Stock Show for 1889-90 

appropriation to Adams County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Boone County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Brown County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Bureau County Agricultural 
Board for 1888 

appropriation to Cass County Agricultural Asso 
elation for 1889 

appropriation to Champaign County Board for 

appropriation to Homer' 'Agricultural Fair Asso- 
ciation (Champaign County) 1889 

appropriation to Assumption (Christian Co.) Fair 
Association for 1888-9. 

appropriation to Pana (Christian Co.) Union Agri- 
cultural Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Coles County Board of Agricul- 
ture for 1888-9 

appropriation to Crawford County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Cumberland County Agricultural 
Association for 1888 

appropriation to DeKalb County Agricultural As- 
sociation for 1888-9 

appropriation to Sandwich (DeKalb Co.) Fair As- 
sociation for 1889 

appropriation to DeWitt County Agricultural So- 
ciety tor 1888-9 



" appropriation to Farmers City (DeWitt Co.) Union 
Agricultural Board for 1888-9 

Amount oarried forward ; 



« t 



1889 

i « 



1 c 

I i 
ft 



1889 



c • 

« f 

f • 
f « 
4 • 
« i 

< * 

* * 



«• 



( f 



888.069 96 



12 00 
10 00 

112 801 



812,000 00 
870 75 
870 75 
870 75 
870 75 
878 00 
878 00 
870 75 
873 00 



85.000 00 
8.200 00 
2.000 00 
1.600 00 
1,600 00 
2,400 00 
800 00 
600 00 

2,400 00 

10,000 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

100 00 

200 00 

100 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

200 00 

100 00 

200 00 

100 00 

200 00 

200 00 



832,800 00 



83.852,405 74 



38.224 76 



18.972 75 



83,909.603 25 



51 



B 



Statement— Continued 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



STATS BOABD 07 AGBICT7I/TTJBE AND AGBICUI/TTJR4X 

societies— Con tinned. 

To appropriation to Eastern Illinois (Douglas Co.) 
Agricultural Association for 1888-9 

appropriation to DuPage County Agricultural 
Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Edgar County Agricultural As- 
sociation for 1888-9 



appropriation to Edwards County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Effingham County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9. 

appropriation to Fayette ' County Agricultural 
Association for 1888-9 

appropriation to Piper City (Ford Co.) Agricul- 
tural Association for 1868-9 

appropriation to Franklin County Agricultural 
Society for 1888*4) 

appropriation to Avon "(Fulton [ Co.) District Agri- 
cultural Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Fulton County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Gallatin County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Greene County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9. 



apjpropria'ion to Hamilton County Agricultural 

B< * " 



toard for 1888-9. 



appropriation to Hancock County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Warsaw (Hancock Co.) Agricul- 
tural Society for 1888-4. 

appropriation to LaHarpe (Hancock Co.) District 
Fair Association for 1888-9 

appropriation to Hardin County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Henderson County Agricultural 
Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Henry County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Kewanee (Henry Co.) District 
Agricultural Board for 1888-4) 

appropriation to Iroquois County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Milford (Iroquois Co.) Agricul- 
tural Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Carbondale (Jackson Co.) Dis- 
trict Fair Association for 1888-9 

appropriation to Jasper County Agricultural 
Board for 1889 / 

appropriation to Jefferson County Agricultural 
Board and Fair Association for 1888-9. 

appropriation to Jersey County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888 



appropriation to Jersey County Agricultural and 
Mechanical Association for 1889 

appropria ion to JoDaviess County Agricultural 
Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Union (JoDaviess Co.) Agricul- 
tural Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Johnson County Agricultural 
Association for 1888 

appropriation to Kankakee County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Kendall County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Knox County Agricultural Board 
for 1888-9 

appropriation to Lake County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 1888-9 

appropriation to Mendota (LaSalle Co.) Union 
Fair Association for 1888-9 



Amount carried forward. 



1889 



832,300 00 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00J 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
2QO00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



,900 Ou 



€3,909,603 25 



.13.909,603 25 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total 






•38,900 00 

300 00 
200 00 

100 00 

ioo oo 
zoo oo 
aoooo 

300 00 
100 00 

200 00 

ioo oo 

200 00 
100 00 
300 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
300 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 


B.S03, 60S 25 


T 


ATB 0O4HD OP AOBIOULTORB ANIi AQBICULTUKAJi 

booikti B a— Con linu ad. 
>n Co.) Union 
,1 Union Ceu- 
Agrlo u"lt urai 


1889 




Agricultural 
Agricultural 






1 Co.) Union 
Agricultural 






lgh Co.) Agri- 






Co.) Agrloul- 
Agricultural 






r Association 






ian Co.) Agrl- 
Agrloultoral 






ultilrai Board 
lultural Board 






oard of Agri- 
) Agricultural 






ultural Board 






vage Agrioui 






ria' Co.) AbtI- 

■ul tural Hoard 






appropriation to Piatt County Agricultural Society 






appropriation to Pike County ABrloiitturai Board 






' appropriation to Barry (Pike Co.) Fair Association 






appropriation to Illinois Valley (Pike bo.) Agri- 






' appropriation tr> Pope Coanty Agricultural Asso- 






appropriatioo to Richland County Agricultural 






appropriation to Book Island County Agricultural 






appropriation to Balino County Agricultural Board 






appropriation to Eldorado (Saline Co.) District 






appropriation to Sangamon Fair Association 






appropriation to Schuyler County Agricultural 






appropriation to Shelby County Agricultural 






appropriation to Moaweq.ua (Shelby Co.) Agricul- 






approprlation to Stark County Agricultural Board 




A 











53 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



STATE BOARD 07 AGBICUIiTUBK AND AGRICULTUBAL 

societies— Continued. 

To appropriation to Central Agricultural Society of 
Stark County for 1888-9 

appropriation to St. Clair County Agricultural 
Board for 1888 

appropriation to Northern Illinois (Stephenson 
Co.) Agricultural Association for 1888-9. 

appropriation to Tazewell County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Pomona (Tazewell Co.) Fair Ag- 
ricultural Association for 1888-9 

appropriation to Union County Agricultural So- 
ciety for 188&-9 , 

appropriation to Southern Illinois (Union Co.) 
Agricultural Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Vermilion County Agricultural 
Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to farmers'* and Mechanics' ; * (Ver- 
milion Co.) Agricultural Institute for 1888-9 

appropriation to Hoopeston District (Vermilion 
Co.) Agricultural Society for 1888-9 

appropriation to Wabash County Agricultural As- 
sociation for 1888-9 

appropriatian to Warren County Agricultural 
Board for 1888-9 

appropriation to Washington County Agricultural 
Tair Association for 1889 

appropriation to White County Agricultural Board 

appropriation to Whiteside County Union Agri- 
cultural Society for 188&-9 

appropriation to Whiteside County Central Agri- 
cultual Society for 1888-9 



appropriation to Williamson County Agricultural 
Board for 188&-9 

appropriation to Winnebago County Agricultural 
Society for 1888*9 

appropriation to El Paso (Woodford 

tural Board for 1888-9 

To appropriation for expenses of holding farmers' 
institute meeting* in congressional districts 
during the years 1889 and 1890, viz.: 

appropriation to 5th Congressional Dist. for 1889-90. 

6th 



« • 



i « 



i • 



7th 
8th 
9th 
10th 
11th 
12th 
18 h 
14th 
15th 
16th 
17th 
18th 
19th 
20th 






1889.... 
1889-90. 



1890.... 



STATE BOABD OF EQUALIZATION. 



To pay of members in full of ba'anoe for session of 1887 

' ' pay of members for session of 1888 

4 " pay of officers and employes for session of 1888. . . . 

' ' pay for clerical services for session of 1888 

1 ' H. W. Rokker, binding 50 copies reports 

" pay of members for session of 1889 

' * pay for clerical services for session of 1889 

' ' PJW of officers and employes for session of 1889 .... 
" H. W. Rokker, binding 50 copies proceedings of 

Board 

Jacob Wheeler, ice" for Board 



.« 



Amount carried forward 



1889 



1887 



tc 



1889 
t * 



< * 



$44.900 00 



200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
100 00 



$525 00 

6,829 70 

924 00 

1,670 00 

3125 

7.029 60 

1,600 00 

930 00 

31 25 
930 



93,909,603 25 



51, 500*. 00 



19,580 10 



S3. 980, 683 35 



Statement — Continued, 



Amount brought forward . . 



ii . m ■ nl 

paid r,r 



«l IHI 

M2 or, 



obemlcal mami nation of ■•■>•■•■:- ■ >! >"jiIb 
' John H. Long, obemioal eiamiciilion of «.«... 

supplies of thti Slate In lave -.titration of p'jllu- 

tion of atreams, eta -,., 

' John H. Rauch. amount Datil National Union v«.-. 

olne Co., vaccine vims anil voomnA points . . 
1 National Union Taoolne Co.. vaccine point* — . 
' L. E. Cooley, sanitary ungii ■■•■: ■• • ■!.;.■■ i: mi « .'I 
' n water supplfos of Illinois, and the i>ol- 



" J. H. Banoh. I 

'■ J. H. Bauchi'a'i 

ofHoe chair. 

" Henry DugBOQ,YayO'.fnnl"ar> Invi^Rt gatlon-.ijis- 

intentions and inspections to nr« vent epidemic 



i paid A. Dirkseni Sons for 
H paid J. II B&rklny A Co for 



9 and innpectio 

„ __ . jl Spring Valley.. 

' Mathow J. Caveny, M. D., vi 

Valley lo prevent epidemfr ■n—™..- . . 
' Herbort C. Wade, M. D., vaoo::ui'i->nx 

Valley to p'event opidemii- :,-*iun 
' Edward Q. Moore. M. D.. va.vl nations 

Valley to prevent opidemio dieoase 



I nations a( 8 prime 



To H. M. MoChesney, per diem as Commissioner.. 
" expenses 

" John M. Pearson, per diem 
" " expenses " 

" G. 8. Wilson, perdiem 



Amount earried for 



(8.928 16, (1,003.931 42 



Statement — Continued. 



Amount brought forward... 



STATE VKCBBIMAKUHB— Continued. 

To 0. P. Johnson, clerical services and salary aa Sec- 
retary of Board 1 

' C. P. Johnson, amount paid lor traveling expenses 

ae Secretary of Board , 

" O. P. Jo one on. amount paid for Incidental office 



phone 



W. F. Weese.por diem 

' ' expenses 

\\ J. Btallinan. per diem 

" Jno. 0., Stewart, per diem 

llbot, 

;; L. C. Tiffany, i 

H. Q. Pyle, per'dlem'"' 

" B. J. Withers, per diem 
" M.H. HcEIIUp. 

' W. J. Elliott 
" E. J. Sterner, 

expenses 

in, per diem 

expenses 



expenses 



\ W. Tomlinso 

;; w. h. } 

" Joseph Hushes, per diem 

" A. H. Baker, per diem 
" " expenses 

" C. Taylor, per diem 



" James Bond, per diem 
'.'. ™ " - expenses 

Thos. E. Ferrow. per diem 
" John Boott, per d 



C. A. Pleroe, per diem 

" expenses 

\\ J. E. Embury, per diem 

. Page, per diem 
expenses 
" S. Y. Ramsey, per diem 

\\ Thou. H. Hope, per diem 

" J. F. Pease, per diem 
" expenses 
I. O. Hanson, per diem 



Amount carried forward .. 



3,450 00 
373 73 

213 81 

5s if 

2,300 00 
1, 110 ft 

m oo 

67 90 

jo ;s 



v. uo 

2] 'HI 

m 00 

12 ;<7 

lis » 

.% 7.', 

85 J4 

•B !>,". 

jk so 
5 W 
;il 00 



B 



56 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



STATE BOABD OP LITE STOCK COMMXB8IONBB8 AND 

state yetbbinabian— Continued. 



To 

< « 

t 4 

4 4 

4 f 

• 4 

t 4 

• 4 

• 4 

• < 

• 4 
4 1 
f 4 

• « 

< t 



* 4 
■ i 



• 4 



• 4 
f « 

• 4 

f 4 



To 



« 4 

< ■ 

< < 

• « 

1 4 

• 4 

4 4 

« < 

4 f 

4 • 

< 4 
4 4 



J. B. Wilson, per diem as Ass't State Veterinarian 

expenses 
J. D. Robinson, per diem " " 

" expenses " 

J. 0. Cooker, per diem 

•• expenses " •* 

B. A. Snively, balance costs In Supreme Court case 
Zehr v s . Pearson 

Drovers' Journal, printing circulars 

W. H. Wheeler, livery hire furnished 

Geo. W, Jones, clerk, docket fee in Appellate Court 
incase Zehr««. Pearson 

Ole K. Nelson, file case furnished 

J. C. Halsey & Co., livery hire furnished 

Geo. W. Jones, olerk, oopy opinion of Appellate 
Court in case Zehr vs. Pearson 

Pennington Bros., stationery furnished 

John and Elmer St. George, disinfecting premises 
and burying 3 horses affected with glanders 

A. J. Little, disinfecting premises and burying 1 
horse affected with glanders 

Illinois State Journal Co., publishing proclamation 
of Govenor relative to Texas fever 

Illinois State Journal Co., 1 year's subscription to 
to Daily Journal 

W. L. Sackett, remodeling typewriter 

Palmer & Shutt, expenses taking depositions in 
case Zehr vs . Pearson 

Palmer & Shutt, legal services in trial of case of 
Zehr vs. Pearson, in Tazewell County Circuit 
Court and in Supreme Court 

W. L. Prettyman, legal services in case Zehr vs. 
Pearson in Tazewell County Circuit Court 

Chas. P. Watson, services as stenographer tran- 
scribing testimony incase of Zehr vs. Pearson in 
Tazewell County Circuit Court 

John Fitzgerald, clerk Tazewell County Circuit 
Court, making record for Supreme Court in case 
zehr vs . Pearson 

Phillips Bros. , printing brief and abstract of record 
for Supreme Court in case Zehr vs. Pearson 

Yolney fiickox. dictating and transcribing abstract 
of evidence in case Zehr vs. Pearson 

W. H. Tyler & Co., engraving cuts of 5 oases acti- 
nomycosis 

C. P. Johnson, Secretary, postage for sending out 
special report of actinomycosis 

MayJohnson, clerical services in office of Board . . 
H. W. Rokker, records and stationery furnished.. 

W. H. Tyler & Co. , electrotyplng 5 cuts 

Gurney Printing Co., publishing Governor's proc- 
lamation relative to Texas fever 

John Bressmer, carpet sweeper furnished office of 

Board 

James B. Drake, services killing 4 horses affected 

with glanders 

amounts paid following as damages awarded for 
animals slaughtered by order of Board because 
of being diseased with or exposed to glanders: 
0. G. Atherton, for one mare slaughtered. . . . 

" one mule sla'ght'rd 
one mule (exposed) 
three horses slaughtered... 
five horses 
one mare " 

one mule ' * 

one horse *' 

two horses 



W. Y. McCord, 



G. W. Brock way. 
Boblnson & Huff, 

F. M. Ament, 
James McQuaid, 
J. W. McKinney, 
S. B. Buckley, 
W. Holder, 

G. G. Latimer, 
Geo. Hopkins, 



one mare 



1889 

4 4 



4 4 
4 « 
4* 
4 4 

1887 

4 4 
44 

« < 
4 4 
4 4 

4 4 
4 4 



1889 



1887 



Amount carried forward. 



$19,645 51 



500 
75 
40 00 
988 
800 
200 

560 
11 20 
20 00 

10 00 

100 00 

800 

300 
1 60 

20 00 

500 

20 00 

650 
26 75 

35 00 



500 00 
250 00] 

78 30 

180 00 

387 00 

80 00 

45 00 

80 00 
50 00 
13 25 

2951 

38 16 
500; 
500 



10 00 

120 00 

45 00 

100 00 

140 00 

70 00 

50 00 

25 00 

80 00 

40 00 

65 00 

90 00 



S4.005.93P42 



322,533 d W, 006, 981 42 



57 



B 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


* 

Amount 


Total. 






123,588 45 


$4,006,981 42 


BTATBBOAJtD OF UY3 8TOOK GOMMX8BIONKB8 AND 








stats yetbbihabxan— Continued. 








To amounts paid following as damages awarded for 
animals slaughtered by order of Board because 














of being diseased or exposed to glanders— Con- 








tinued. 










' John Wyckoff, for one horse slaughtered.... 


1887 


65 00 






• G. L. Fombell. if 


• • • • 




50 00 






• J. M. Brooks. " one mare ' 


• • • * 




100 00 






'Geo. A. Huff, " thirteen horses 


• • • • 




752 50 






* C. 0. Dow & Co.. ' ' one horse 


B • • • 




50 00 


• 




' Joachim Laveque, ' ' one mare ' 


• • • • 




35 00 






' Joe Manisette. * ' two horses ' 


■ • • • 




75 00 






* John Puroell, • * one horse ' 


a a • a 




40 00 






* John Payne. " two horses 

• Wm. F. Hendrix. " one horse 


• • a • 




80 00 






• • « • 




15 00 






'Geo. A. Huff, " three mules * 


• • • a 




277 50 






• N. J. Schroeder, " one horse 


• • • • 




25 00 






' Oscar Taylor, " 
' Jacob Fox. 


• • • • 




10 00 






• • • • 




15 00 






' Arthur Whittaker, • ■ one mare ' 


• • • • 




50 00 






' Anderson Transfer Co., for one horse 


• • • • 




75 00 






' John Holer, ' * one horse ' 


• • • • 




20 00 






' Fred. Merkfo. •• 


• a a a 




20 00 






' Elmer St. George. " " one mare* 


• • • • 




62 50 






' John St. George. ' ' one mare ' 


« • • • 




87 50 






• John Coonce. • ' two horses 


• • ■ • 




60 00 






■J.D.Martin. 


• • a • 




80 00 






' J. M. Martin, ' ' one mare 
' Frank G. Morgan. " two horses 


• • a a 




50 00 






• a • • 




25 00 






* J. N. MoMorrls. ' * one horse 


• • • « 




80 00 






' C. H.Berner. " 


• a • • 




40 00 






• J. S. Clifton. * * two horses ' 


ft • a • 




75 00 






' Dyer & Clark. 


• • • • 




60 00 






' John L. Rush, " one horse 


• • • • 




20 00 






* Martin Radamaker.for one horse (exposed) two 










horses diseased slaughtered 


a a ■ a a 




150 00 






' W. H. Young, for one horse slaughtered. 

• Riley Van Valey. •' 

* Geo.w. Soranton. " one mare " 


• a • a • . 
a • a • • 




50 00 
50 00 






• ■ a • a 




25 00 






• Henry Cheffy. 

' Wm. Keeting, * • one horse • ' 


a a a • • 




20 00 






• a • a • 




75 00 






* M. J. Mahoney. " 


• a • a ■ 




50 00 






' M. J. Mahoney. •• " (expos'd) " 


» • • • 




15 00 






'F.L. Foulds, 


9 * m * * 




70 00 






* Robt. Smith. " two horses " 


■ 
a a • a a 




20 00 






' W. H. Press. '• one mare •' 


• % a a a 




25 00 






• Jos. Coonce. •• one colt '• 
€ Albert Street, " one mare " 


a a a a a 




40 00 






a a a a a 




40 00 






' Beni.F. Burrus, " one horse 
' Michael Woerner. " 
' Ralph Winterland, " 






25 00 






a a a a a 
a a a a a 




40 00 
50 00 






* Thomas Glass, ' ' animals 






25 00 






' Geo.Leard, " two horses " 




1889 


42 50 






' Louis Schreve. 


• a a a • 




80 00 






4 Jacob Miller. " one horse " 






40 00 






' Mrs. Kate Thunen. " 






85 00 






•D.C.Pritchard. •• 


• a a « ■ 




60 00 






* Wm. H. Jones. 

1 Silas Gilloughlv, " one mule " 

4 Herman Kempling, *' one horse " 






40 00 






• • • a a 




20 00 






a • a a a 




80 00 






•W.F.Allen. " '• '• 

4 TheJers>MilkCo. f " 

' Richard Sanders. ' * one mare ' ' 






80 00 










75 00 






a a a « • 




50 00 






• Daniel De Vault. " six horses " 
'J.W.Smith. . " one horse " 


a a a • ■ 




205 00 






• • a a • 




40 00 






' Dan'I P. O'Nea M 


• a a a • 




60 00 






• v\m. O'Brien. •• three horses 


• a • • a 




80 0U 






* Lincoln Ice Co., " nine horses " 


• a a • a 




490 00 






* BenJ.Yarnett. •• one horse •• 
' Noah Creighton, ' ' one mare ' ' 


a • a • a 




25 00 




• 


* • • t • 




25 00 




" Edw. Bellslein, •• two horses 


• • • • • 




66 00 




A 








127,080 95 


$4,005,931 42 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total, 


















STATK V BTKRIH ASIAN— Continued. 








To amounts paid folio wins; as damages awarded for 














of being diseased with or exposed to glanders— 
























































■>„.>,» 








3000 
ao oo 






two horses 






































































"two mules 








85 00 
30 00 
25 00 
SB 00 
20 00 
20 00 


































one horae 








20 0U 


































two horses 








TOW 


































































































20 00 
60 00 
10 00 
50 00 






two horses 








50 00 


























































































onehorse 


































































































one horse 








30 00 

85 00 

> 41 W 


































onehorse 








40 OO 














/ 


mount carried forward 








(31,092 61 


$4,005,031 42 



Statement — Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


.Total. 






I3i, (wa ei 

15 <X 

25 01 
30 DO 
166 66 

15 01 

15 (H 

13 89 

15 IK 

501 

15 00 
10 00 
35 00 
59 00 
350 
935 
10 00 

14 00 
10 00 
17 00 

135 09 

100 00 
50 00 
90 00 

100 00 

100 00 
35 00 
25 00 
25 OU 
75 00 
SOW 

100 00 
20 09 


■4.006,931 12 


STATU BOAED Of LIVE BTOOH COMWIBBIONRRS iNO 

btat« yBTKBonsikv-Continued. 
To amounts paid following as damages awarded for 
animals slaughtered by order of board b<<canee 
bolne diseased with or exposed ti jliimii re 

" Benj. K. Kayner, for one hur.<e slaughtered 

" G. G. Hale. " one mare 

" Isaac Pride, 

*■ W.W.Hurn, 

11 James Mulroiiey. "■ four animals "' ,.,,., 
To amounts paid following for r>»r diem and expense- 
In maklnijappraiBa lot atlma!* a mn-i.-i-n a '.. 
order of Board bocauso ol twins diseased wl'.n 
or exposed to glanders: 


1«' 

1W 

isas 

1887 

1887-S9 

l*f7 
ltW7i» 
]>t-7 










','• -r .,."».... ." eweneea " 












To In disinfecting 

To e awarded for 
■loar:!. Wause 

\\ lUKblered 


32.476 68 


From emergency appropriation ot IS8?.for dam- 
ages for animals slaughtered 15.411 42 

appropriation of 1887. for clamagee tor 

" appropriation ofl889, for damages tor 


tl.OMOO 
504 71 

1.850 00 
2.U 74 
1,607 86 

35 00 

15 28 


' appropriation of 1887, for expenses.... 9.111 06 
appropriation ot 1889. for expenses ... 12.338 91 

Blin K1STOBIOU, LTBBAET AND NlTl'ml. H1BTORI 




expenses as Curator. 

Fannie Fisher, salary as Assistant Curator 








" Josua LlndhaL amount dL- C, H. Olrlch for 100 




" MonnroliDlstlUerrCo.,23M gats, atobohol furnished 











B 



60 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



STATE HISTORICAL LTBBABY AND NATUBAL HI8TOBT 

MU8BUM— Continued. 

To Elmer & Amend, chemicals and chemical appara- 
tus furnished 

" A. E. Foote, part I. Fish Commissioner's report 
furnished. 

• * University of Illinois, tablets furnished 

" E. H. Griffith, microscope stand and lens furnished 

" J. A. Bechtel, 500 wooden blocks for holding labels 
furnished. 

" C. P. Adams, making cast of skull of megulonge 



STATE LIBBABY. 

To books purchased, freight charges, etc., on same 
" Assistant Librarian, salary : 



SUPBEMB COUBT— NOBTHBBN DIVISION. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, post- 
age, express charges, gas, repairs, fuel, e*. o . . . . 

' ' refurniphing court room 

' ' building and painting roof of court building 

' ' Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

" Janitor 

" Librarian. 



SUPBEMB OOUBT— GENTBAL DIVISION. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, post- 
age, telephone rental, ice, express charges, etc. 

' ' Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

" Librarian. 

Janitor 

refurnishing court and conference rooms 






SUPBEMB COUBT— BOUTHBBN DIVISION. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, post- 
age, express charges, ice, fuel, lights, etc 

" law books for law library 

' ' repairs of damages to building caused by cyclone 

* ' Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

'•Librarian 

€ * Janitor 



APPELLATE OOUBT— FIB8T DIBTBIOT. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, post- 
age, express charges, printing, repairs, ice, etc.. 

" rent of rooms 

" law books for law library 

' ' insurance on law library and furniture 

" balance due on caligraph 

" Librarian. 

' ' furnishing, carpeting and decorating court rooms 



APPELLATE COUBT— SECOND DISTBICT. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, postage, 

repairs, fuel, printing, ioo, etc 

' * law Dooks and publications purchased 

' * Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

" painting Supreme Court building 

" Janitor 



Amount carried forward. 



1887 



i « 
« • 
f « 

4 f 
« f 


277 
40 67 
52 00 

400 

25 00 


1877-89 
• < 


92,818 32 
1,925 00 



1887-89 

1889 
« « 

1887-89 



1887-89 
« « 



1887 



1887-89 
1887 
1889 

1887-89 



* » 

t * 



1887-89 



1889 

1887-89 

1889 



1887-89 
< • 



« • 
i f 
f « 



18.204 99 



57 11 



$4,158 47 
432 12 
870 00 
17100 
800 00 
1.000 00 



$2,961 47 

108 00 

2,250 00 

900 00 

940 00 



98,127 93 
793 95 
643 85 

48 00 

1.000 00 

800 00 



11,300 34 

10,000 00 

1.823 45 

96!) 35 

50 00 

1.125 00 

7.640 00 



$1,727 47 
100 00 
182 00 
557 00 

800 00 



$4,088,406 10 



8,386 54 



4.743 32 



7.431 59 



7,159 47 



6,413 73 



22.908 14 



3.316 47 



$4,098,767 36 



61 



B 



Statement— -Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount brought forward. 



APPELLATE COUBT— THIBD DISTRICT. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, postage, 
repairs, records, printing, express charges, etc. 

1 ' Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

" typewriter furnished 

* ' appropriation for law library at oapltol 



APPELLATE COUBT— FOUBTH DI8TBICT. 

To incidental expenses, including stationery, postage, 

repairs, records, printing, fuel, lights, etc 

' Sheriff, per diem attendance on court 

44 Janitor 



SALABIB0— STATE OFFICEB8. 

To Governor, for salary 

| \ clerk hire as jper "pay-jrblis! 



« < 

• i 



« • 

( 4 



To Lieutenant-Governor, for salary 

• * •« «f it 4 4 

office expenses' '. . 



«« 



« « 
«« 






• i 
i« 



To Secretary of State, for salary 

clerk hire as per pay-rolis. 



«« 



«• 



«• 



« i 



To Auditor of Public Accounts, for salary 



4 t 

I 4 



• ■ 

I f 



«( 



« f 
« f 



I I 



< < 
« « 



« I 



« I 

« f 



clerk hire as per 
pay-rolls 

clerk hire as per 
pay-rolls 



To State Treasurer, for salary 

clerk hire! 



« • f « 

• * «• 

# i if 



« i 
«« 






« « 



To Attorney-General for salary 

« « • i 1 1 <i 1 1 * 

* ' clerk hire as per pay-rolis. 

if «f il fi 



f i 



if 
f i 



To Adjutant-General, for salary* 
• i ii f « i f H * 



To State Entomologist, for salary 
** «« «i »i ii ' 



To State Agent at National Stock Tards, East St Louis, 

to prevent cruelty to animals 

* * State Agent at National Stock Yards, East St. Louis, 

„ to prevent cruelty to animals 

State Agent at Union Stock Tards. Town of Lake, 

, ^ to prevent cruelty to animals 

State Agent at Union Stock Yards. Town of Lake, 
to prevent cruelty to animals 

Amount carried forward 



1887-89 

* 4 

1889 

1887 

1887-89 



1887-89 

I 4 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 

1887 

1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



Amount 



$1,191 10 
192 00 
107 50 
792 89 
500 00 



91,496 42 
132 00 
800 00 



$4.500 00 
7,500 00 
4,100 fO 
4,000 00 



9750 00 

1,000 00 

50 00 

50 00 



12,625 00 
4,875 00 

10,839 91 
9,715 83 



93,500 00 
3,500 00 

5.625 00 

9,375 00 



92,625 00 
4,375 00 
3,000 00 
5.000 00 



92,625 00 
4,375 00 
2.500 00 
2.500 00 



92.250 00 
3,750 00 



92,000 00 
2,500 00 



91.200 00 

1,900 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 



93.900 00 



Total. 



94.098.767 36 



2,783 49 



2,428 42 



20,100 00 



1,850 00 



27,055 74 



22,000 00 



15,000 00 



12,000 00 
6.000 00 
4,500 00 



94.212.485 01 



B 



62 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount brought forward 



SAiiABiBB— state OFFICERS— Continued, 

To State Agent at Peoria, to prevent cruelty to ani- 
mals 

' ' State Agent at Peoria, to prevent cruelty to ani- 
mals 

" State Ag-nt at South Chicago, to prevent cruelty 
to animals 



SATiABIEB— JUPICIABY. 

To Judge Supreme Court, First District, for salary.. 
To Judge Supreme Court, Second District, for salary 

9 9 9 9 €4 •« H * 

To Judge Supreme Court, Third District, for salary. 
To Judge Supreme Court, Fourth District, for salary 
To Judge Supreme Court. Fifth District, for salary.. 
To Judge Supreme Court, Sixth district, for salary.. 
To Judge Supreme Court, Seventh District, for salary 

JUDOES OF THE 8UPEBIOB OOUBT OF COOK OOUKTT. 

To Joseph E. Gary. for salary 



Gwynn Garnett, 
• « 

Henry M. Shephard, 
Kirk Hawes, 
Elliott Anthony, 
Egbert Jamieson, 
John P. Altgeld, 



JTJDOBS OF CIBCUrr OOUBT OF COOK COUNTY. 

To ThomasA. Moran, for salary. 

Murray F. Tuley. 
« « 

Blohard F. TuthiU, 

Lorin C. Collins, Jr., 

W. K. McAllister, 

h amuel P. MoGonnell, 

Bolln S. Williamson. 
George Driggs, 

Amount carried forward . . . 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 



1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 

1889 
1887 
1889 



Amount. 



Total. 



18,900 0W 



1,200 00 

1.200 00 

900 00 



$4.583 82 
5.000 00 



$5,000 00 
5,000 00 



95,000 00 
5,838 32 



$5,000 00 
4.166 66 



$5.000 00 
5,000 00 



$3,956 00 
6,250 00 



$5,000 00 
5,000 00 



$2,625 00 
3.500 00 
2,625 00 
3,500 00 
2,625 00 
4,376 00 
3,500 00 
8,500 00 
2.625 00 
4.375 00 
2.G25 00 
4,089 67 
3,500 00 
3,500 00 



$2,625 00 
4,375 00 
4,975 00 
2,625 00 
3.500 00 
3,500 00 
2.625 00 
3,500 00 
1,141 28 
711 53 
4.375 00 
2,625 00 
2,120 93 



$38,098 74 



$1,212,485 01 



7,200 00 



9.583 32 
10,000 00 
10,833 32 

9,166 66 
10,000 00 
10,206 00 
10.000 00 



46.964 67 



$4,336,438 98 



63 



B 



Statement— Continued, 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 






938,096 74 


94,336,438 9B 


judges of cibcuit coubt op cook oounty— Con- 




^n^%0 ■ *r**^f m fl 


tinued. 








To Arha "W. WatArman. for raIatv.. 




1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 


4,375 00 
2,625 00 
875 00 
6,12> 00 
2.625 00 
3,500 00 
8,500 00 






i * 4 ■ ■ 






' Bichard W. Clifford, " 






* * * • * ' 






* Frank Baker, • • 






* • f 

' Julius S. Gri 


• • 








nnelL •• 






■ « < < • 


1889 
1887 
1889 


4.375 00 
2,625 00 
4.375 00 






' Oliver H. Horion. •• 






t f < 


« • 










73.096 74 






JUDOB8 OP JUDICIAL CIBCUITB. 








To XndcrAfl of the First fHrnnit. for saIaH es 


1887 
1889 
1887 


99.197 00 
12,250 00 
10,500 00 






; Judges of the Second Circuit, \\ 
' Judges of ' the Third Circuit 

• Judges of the Fourth Circuit, \ \ 
\ Judges of the Fifth t Circuit, •• 
' Judges of the Sixth Circuit. 

' Judges of the Seyenth Circuit, J' 

• Judges of the Eighth Circuit. ; * 
; Judges of the Ninth Circuit, ; ; 
' Judges of the Tenth Circuit, \\ 

• Judges of the Eleventh Circuit, \ \ 
\ Judges of the Twelfth Circuit. 

' Judges of the Thirteenth Circuit" 

« f% «t i* f* 
















1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 


11.375 00 
10,845 56 
11,375 00 
10,791 68 
10,500 00 
9,780 32 






































1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 


10.791 68 

9.625 00 

12,250 00 

10,500 00 

10,500 00 

10,500 00 

10.151 07 

11.375 00 

9,625 00 

8.750 00 






























































1889 
1887 


11,375 00 
11.375 00 














1889 
1887 
1889 
1887 
1889 


10.500 00 
10.500 00 
11,375 00 
9,625 00 
10,500 t>0 
































275,982 31 






STATE'S ATTOBNXYB. 








To State's Attorney of Adams County for salary. 


1887-89 


9800 00 




•« ■ 


Alexander 










800 00 




«• ■ 


Bond 










700 00 




it « 


* Boone 










8»0 00 




4* f 


* Brown 










800 00 




« t f 


' Bureau 










800 00 




« f « 


' Calhoun 










700 00 




* * * 


' Carroll 










800 00 




«« « 


Cass 










800 00 




«« < 


' Champaign 
' Christian 










900 00 




« « « 










900 00 




<« * 


Clark 










900 00 




• • • 


Clay 










800 00 




• < • 


Clinton 










800 00 




• « • 


Coles 










800 00 




• • « 


Cook 










800 00 




#• • 


1 Crawford 










800 00 




tf « « 


Cumberland 










800 00 




• • * 


DeKalb 










900 00 




• « « 


DeWitt 










700 00 




« « « 


Douglas 










700 00 




< < • 


DuPage 










900 00 




1 « < 


' Edgar 










800 00 




• • « 


Edwards 










800 00 




<• « 


' Effingham 










800 00 




• « * 


Fayette 










80<) 00 




«« < 


' Ford 










800 00 




• « * 


Franklin 


*« « 








900 00 




Fulton 








800 00 




vimotmt carried 












923,400 00 


94,685.470 03 



B 



64 



Statement— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward 



state's attobnbts— Continued. 

To" State's Attorney of Gallatin County, for salary. 

" Greene 

•• Grundy 

* ' Hamilton 

' ' Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 
• ' Henry 

* • Iroquois 
Jackson 

* * Jasper 
' ' Jefferson 
c • Jersey 

JoDaviess 
' ' Johnson 

' ' Kane 

' ' Kankakee 

Kendall 
•' Knox 

" Lake 

LaSalle 
" Lawrence 

" Lee 

" Livingston 

' ' Logan 

4 ' Macon 

' ' Macoupin 

' ' Madison 

' * Marion 

Marshall 
" Mason 

" Massac 

" McDonough 

'• MoHenry 

McLean 
* ' Menard 

*\ Mercer 

' * Monroe 

'• Montgomery 

" Morgan 

* ' Moultrie 

\\ 8* le -« 

' Peoria 

•• Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 
" Putnam 

' ' Randolph 

" Biohland 

" Bock Island 

' ' Saline 

' ' Sangamon 

• ' Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 
• ' Tazewell 

'• Union 

• ' Vermilion 

* ' Wabash 

Warren 
"" Washington 

" Wayne 

White 
•• WhiteBide 

Will 
" Williamson 

Amount carried Jorward 



1887-89 



,400 00 



800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
744 57 
800 00 
800 00 
600 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
86170 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
900 00 
69180 
700 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
9U0 00 
900 00 
800 00 
829 81 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
645 57 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
751 88 
900 00 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
7967 
700 00 
700 00 
800 C 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
780 43 



980.802 00 



84,685,470 03 



$4,685,470 03 



65 



B 



St totem en t— Continued . 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 



Total. 



Amount brought forward. 



state's attobnbts— Continued. 

To State's Attorney of Winnebago County, for salary. 

Woodford 



«< 



To 



SPECIAL STATE FUNDS. 

SCHOOL PUMD. 

overpayments on collectors' accounts 

amount of "& hool tax fund orders'" for the year 

1888, paid oountles 

amount of "school tax fund orders" for the year 

1889. paid counties 

amount of "school tax fund interest orders" for 

the year 1888. paid counties 

amount of "school tax fund interest orders'* for 



4 • 

« « 
4 • 



the year 1889, paid counties. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for salary.. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for clerk 
hire 



Superintendent of Public Instruction for clerk 



up 
hli 



re 



Superintendent of Public Instruction for janitor, 
porter, etc 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for janitor, 
porter, etc 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for refur- 
nishing office and library 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for refur- 
nishing office and library 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for expenses 
incurred in revision of school law 

Superintendent of Public Instruction for office 
expenses, including stationery, postage, express 
charges, papers, traveling expenses, etc 



To County Superintendents of Schools for services 
and expenses as follows: 



Co. Supt of Adams 

Alexander 



»« 
« * 
« « 
* « 

4 f 
4 • 
4 4 
4 f 
44 
44 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 i 
4 4 
4 4 
< I 
44 
« 4 
44 

• 4 

• ( 

• 4 
4 4 
4 « 
44 

• 4 



Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 



Services 
Co. 92,488 
1,136 
2,448 
1,612 
1,824 
2.484 
1.184 
2,452 
1,920 
2.492 
2,400 
2,482 
1,868 
1,428 
2.500 
2,368 
2,016 
2,610 
2.496 
2.240 
2,872 
1,974 
2.464 
1.502 
1.976 
2,484 
2,444 
2,044 
2,492 
1,676 



4 4 
t t 
4 4 
4 4 
I 4 
4 ■ 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 < 
44 
4 4 
44 
4 4 
44 
I i 
4 4 
4 4 
• 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4 4 
4« 
4 4 
44 
4 f 
4 4 



Expenses. 
•321 00 

233 00 
329 00 
194 00 
202 00 
296 00 
100 00 
211 00 
235 00 
155 00 
209 00 

234 50 
200 00 
157 00 
320 00 
146 00 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



313 



00 
00 
183 00 
162 00 
269 00 
250 00 
254 00 
177 50 
186 00 
260 00 
281 00 
216 00 
158 00 
185 00 



Amount carried forward. 

—5 A. 



1887-89 

4 • 



1887-39 
1889 



1887 
1889 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 

1887 

1889 



1887-89 



1887-49 



980,302 00 



900 00 
800 00 



9323 99 

880,767 96 

878,673 75 

56,937 31 

56,937 31 
3,500 00 
3.500 00 

3,358 34 

3,100 00 

758 34 

700 00 

303 45 

212 10 

328 75 

2,853 27 



2.809 00 
1.369 00 
2,777 
1,806 



00 
00 



2.026 00 
2.779 00 
1,284 00 
2.663 00 
2.155 ( 
2,647 00 
2.609 00 
2.716 50 
2,068 00 
1,585 00 
2,820 00 
2,614 ( 
2,257 00 
2,923 00 
2,679 f 
2.402 00 
2.641 00 
2,224 ( 
3.718 00 
1,679 50 
2,162 00 
2.744 00 
2.725 \ 
2,260 00 
2,650 00 
1.861 00 



91.962.808 07 



94.685,470 06 



82.002 00 



94,767.472 03 



B 



66 



Statement— Continued, 



ACCOUNTS. 



App. 



Amount. 

i 



TotaL 



Amount broug ht forward 



SPECIAL STATE FUNDS-tfonttnued. 

SCHOOL FUND. 

To County Superintendents of Schools, for services 
and expenses— Continued. 

Services. Expenses. 



Co. Supt of Greene 
Grundy 



Co. 



Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalie 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough 

McHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Richland 

Rock Island 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St. Clair 

Stephenson 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

"Warren 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 



Amount carried forward 



** 



* * 



• f 



*4 



H 



82,240 00 
1,116 00 

. 1,596 00 
2,450 00 
1.148 00 
1.572 00 
2.492 00 
2.416 00 
2,032 00 
2.284 00 
2,996 00 
1.876 00 
2,224 00 
1,808 00 
2.408 00 
2,196 00 
2.428 00 
2.860 00 
2.492 00 
1.632 00 
2.500 00 
2.440 00 
2.468 00 
2.440 00. 
2,404 00 
2.476 00 
2,444 00 
2,280 00 
2,428 00 
1.200 00 
2,744 00 
2.464 00 
2,492 00 
1.832 00 
2,656 00 
1,737 00 
2.296 00 
2.492 00 
1.900 00 
2.440 00 
2.508 00 
2.020 00 
2,392 00 
2,496 00 
1.588 00 
1.444 00 
1,208 00 
2,084 00 
1.252 00 
2,484 00 
2,132 00 
2,488 00 
1.844 00 
1.562 00 
2,688 00 
1.984.00 
2.436 00 
2,408 00 
2.496 00 
2.000 00 
2,380 00 
1,564 00 
2,408 00 
1.952 00 
2.456 00 
2.384 00 



$193 00 
108 00 
182 00 
187 50 
144 00 
166 00 
366 00 
15> 00 
178 00 
281 00 
221 00 
197 00 
201 00 

158 00 
272 00 
249 00 

159 00 
162 00 
374 00 
214 00 
107 00 
168 00 
290 00 
284 00 
836 00 
320 00 

296 00 
328 00 
270 00 
133 00 
342 00 
365 00 
248 00 
168 00 

297 00 
L'28 00 
28100 
230 00 

56 70 
193 00 
152 00 
221 00 
181 00 
331 00 
1K9 00 
220 00 
157 00 
119 00 
168 00 
272 00 
205 00 
390 00 
177 00 
201 50 
337 00 
289 00 
350 00 
297 00 
409 00 
123 00 
234 00 
177 00 
123 00 
244 00 
17100 
204 00 



1887-89 



$1,962,808 07 



2,433 00 
1.224 00 
1.778 00 
2.637 50 
1.292 00 
1.738 00 
2,858 00 
2.571 00 
2,210 00 
2,565 00 
2.617 00 
2,073 00 
2.425 00 
1,466 00 
2.680 00 
2.445 00 

2.587 00 
2.522 00 
2,866 00 
1.846 00 

2.607 00 

2.608 00 
2,758 00 
2.724 00 
2,740 00 
2.796 00 
2.670 00 
2,608 00 
2.698 00 
1,333 00 
3,086 00 
2.829 00 

2.740 00 
2,000 00 
2,953 00 
1,965 00 
2,577 00 
2,722 00 
1,956 70 
2.633 00 
2,660 00 
2.241 00 
2.573 00 
2,827 00 
1.777 00 
1,664 00 
1.425 00 
2.203 00 
1,420 00 
2,756 00 
2,337 00 
2,878 00 
2.021 00 
1,763 50 
3,025 00 
2,273 00 
2,786 00 
2.705 00 
2,905 00 
2.123 00 
2,614 00 

1.741 00 
2,531 00 
2,196 00 
2,627 00 

2.588 00 



12,119,304 27 



$4,767,472 03 



$4,767,472 OS 



67 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



ACCOUNTS. 


App. 


Amount. 


Total. 


■• 




92,119,304 27 

2.596 00 
2.921 00 
2.198 00 
2.882 00 
2.758 00 


94,767,472 <KJ 


SPECIAL STATE FUNDS-Contfnued. 

SCHOOL FUND. 

To County Superintendent of Schools, for services 
And expenses— Continued. 

Services. Expenses. 
* • Co. Snpt of Whiteside Co. 92, 428 00 $168 00 
Will *• 2,496 00 425 00 
Williamson " 2,004 00 194 00 
Winnebago " 2,492 00 890,00 
Woodford " 2,452 00 306 00 


1887-89 
# « 

« i 

* < 

> « 


2,132.659)27 


UNKNOWN AND MINOB HEXES* FUND. 

To Allen O. Tanner, attorney-in-fact for J. W. For- 
tenbury, D. J. Coulter and Ainanda C. Clark, 
heirs-at-law of Edy Fortenbury, deceased. 


975 51 
178 00 

63 50 
49 64 
42 69 


' * Edwin Parker, amount due from sale in partition. 






" W. W. Duncan, amount due Bobert Ballentine, 
Hardy S. Ballentine and France Walker from 
sale in partition, deposited in State Treasury... 






' ' John J. Battera, amount due from sale in par- 
tition, deposited in State Treasury 






" B. F. Lincoln, amount due Adeline Siffler from 
sale in partition, deposited in State Treasury .. 








409 84 








96.900,540 64 











Statement— Continued . 



IJfD TOWNS A 



LOOAL BOND FUND. 

' BBOIBTXBXD BONDS OF COtTNTIBH, TOWNBKCPS, ( 



Clay.. 

Co '••».- . 



Dowlas.. 
E.lpvr. 



Amount oro tjorwara. 

gounty ot Adams 
Itf <.f QuincF 

B'k'aFund, 

Township of Mondon 

County of Aleiander 

City of Cairo 

liie Town of Buda 

Township of Ohio 

Walnut, 

County of Cass 



Int. orpriuoipa) . Int., < 



■ ■ i.i i ,- of Douglas... 



p ot Cumi 
Garr 



46. an m 

3.172 69 

10.446 iZJ 
7.293 34 

5.512 H4 



S.iffi 77 

11.719 53 

654 51 



69 
Statement— Continued . 



County. 


Bond Fund. 


For what Paid. 


Amount. 


TotaL 




Am't brouoht forward.. 




9824,901 02 

917 61 

2,020 17 
16,698 34 

727 26 
1.000 00 
1,171 40 

909 05 
1,151 38 

363 17 
5,181 91 
8.842 37 
17.281 45 
8.605 29 
5,724 39 
4,646 66 

7,983 39 

470 18 
2,164 64 

455 37 
2.817 49 

728 68 
25,809 49 

8,276 55 

2,020 21 

17.924 41 

32.101 58 

2.434 05 

9.063 55 

1,166 42 

4,444 17 

372 44 

3,913 93 

5,050 81 

434 16 

2,434 43 

3,23166 

6,793 87 
5,050 10 
8.494 52 
4,222 81 
2,298 02 
1,274 02 

6,060 39 

10,515 45 
728 71 

15.916 51 
1,772 86 
1.555 37 
2.845 43 
2.344 32 

15.674 95 
3,028 26 

3.282 68 

2.880 23 

13.796 91 

16.285 58 

1.508 80 

5,403 91 

7,424 91 

3,636 39 

1.109 32 

4.396 75 

545 45 

3.282 99 


* 

96,900,540 64 


Edwards and 

White 

Effingham 

Fayette.....'!!! 

« « 

Ford- 


Tp. of Young America.. 

Inc. Town of Grayvllle.. 
Township of Douglas .... 

Liberty 

Liberty Tp. 81nking Fd. 

\\ Teutopolls. 

W 6ST- ....... 

Village of Edgewood .... 

Township of Bear Grove 

Vandalia... 

County of Ford 


Ink or principal, int., etc 

• 

< « • < 


i 


• « 

««..«■ .... 

4 $ 

.......... 

■ « 

Fordjroquoie 
ALivingstfE 


Township of Drummer.. 

Lyman , . . . . 

Tp. of Peach Orchard... 

Vermilion Sp'l Drain Diet 
School Dist No. 3, Tp. 6, 




< « 
< « 
« * 

* i 


Township of Astoria- .... 

Farmers... 

" Lewistown. 

Woodland.. 

City of Shawneetown ... 
Inc. Town of Whitehall.. 

City of Nauvoo 




• ■ 

Henderson.... 
Henry !!! 


' Warsaw 

Inc. Town of Carthage .. 
Township of St. Albans.. 
County of Henderson... 

Osco 

Western.... 

Big Slough Spl. Drain. 

Dist 


i 


« « 






Tp. of Douglas 




' * Loveioy 




• « 


' ' Martinton. 




• « 


Sheldon 




■ « 


" Watseka. 




• • 


Spl. Drain. Dist. No. 1 of 
Onarga, Douglas and 
Danforth Tps 




** 


Milks Grove SpL Drain. 
-Dist 






City of Murphy sboro. . . . 
Tp. of Fox 


• 


# « 


Tp. of St. Marie 




• • 


Wade 




• « 


" Willow Hill 

Township of Mt Vernon. 

S hool Dist. No. 8, Tp. 7, 

B. 12 




Jersey and 

Macoupin.. 
JoDavieSf .... 


Inc. Town of Brighton.. 
City of Galena 




Johnson 

« • 


Johnson Co. Sinking Fd. 
County of Kankakee .... 

Kankakee.. 
" Momence.. 
1 * Pembroke . 

Pilot 

Amount carried forw'rd 










91,179.564 09 


96,900.540 64 



Sta tement — Continued . 



For what Paid. 



Am't brfrughtfoTie 
Township ofRlo. 



. .... B. 1 E 

Township o! \\\ ■- ■■■■} 

Siiiir. :• i: 
Wyoming.. 



T. i& 
B.a... 

I' n;r.", ]I MuvOn 

Township of Decatur .. 

Mu ZIoq ... 

Clly o( Decatur 

i ■iitt. >f Macoupin .. . 

Cftj> Ot Glrard. 

If IV wn of Vlr.l.'T 
In.-. Tn. i>t F.'lwa,-.:i'>;l> 

T jwr.-f.lp of trans 

i'.i.in:> ■ ! Mn-nni . 
Township of Hmmiii . . 

Mt- i|. ( l!y 

Contra! 8pl. Drain. DlsC 
Mason and Tazewell 8 pL 



AJlln... 

Belle Fiownr .... 
IS loom In si oo — 
Cnoooy'e ilrove., 

Downs 

Empire 

Vi.Ijuc ,: Saybrook , .... 
Kn-ti r:r.:.k >, i Drain. 

DIM 

!;i ■ T iwn of !'■ *nrshi:rit 

I u.iuiy of Men'nr 

Township of Ablntfton.. 
K'-CI. l-.K 
City of Now Flosl.rn.. 
i'.uniy f V. a. i »•■ 
"n ;u-\ it Mc V|i, ;ii t. 
I , . . , , , 
' ■' Hifikliu F>in; 



Irii- T .MU i-f Wi.i-rlr ., 
-- '5 N-. R 10. W 

ty of Mouitrlt., 

Township ot Lows... 



I6.9M.EW 64 



(1,997, 373 48 16,900,640 64 . 



Statement — Continued . 



For what Paid. 



Ofi-fp.... 



Am't brought forward. , 
. . Tp. of Fnrreston 



Oregon . . . 



Int. or principal, Int.oto. 



Pine Boob........ 

. . County of Peoria 

TnwrjUitp of Brimfleld.. 
Elm wood.. 

Peoria 

City of Peoria 

T|i of Bement 

Blue Ridgo 

Goose Creek 

MoDtloello 

Mnntirello Tii. Sinking 

Fund 

. Township of BauRTir 

" Lake Fork 8pl. Di 

n. ]>1»t 

Couoty of Pike 



Randolph -. 

Richland ,*.' 
Book IhIatm: 



S. t. J str r . . 
Shelby . 



Vermilion 



Richland 
Windsor. 

City of Windsor 

"- if Essex..., 
Gob hen... 
Osceola. . 

Tooldn"! 

Village of Wyoming... 

..Cltv of Belleville 

'• East St. Loafs. 

tnc.Townof Fr.'Qburg. 
hi.-ii.iDralnDrBt.Ko. 



..u-LoaT and Center. 

.. a Townships 

. CouDty of Tazewell 

Tow i b hip of Deiavan . .. 

Hlttle 

... jf Little Mackinaw.. 
Tow:i*hlp of Mackinaw . 

Pekln. 

Tn-mont... 
. City otPekin 

Bounty of Union 
Ity of Jonesboro 

Township of Butler 

Danville.... 
El wood.... 
.. Tp. of Georgetown. 

Amount carried forvj'rd 



11.977.373*8 * 
9.882 99 



J , 4U7 04 
.0,18ft 76 
.1.706 (Mi 
.IJ.OiB 97 

6.94a ai 



.4,080 91 

■1.841 X! 

17,013 17 

7. llfc> 37 

26 16 



. 12,706,894 66 96.90O.MO 64 



B 



72 



Statement— Continued. 



County. 


Bond Fond. 


For what Paid. 


Amount 


Total. 




Arr^t brought forward.. 




12,706,894 55 


96,900,540 64 


Vermilion.... 
« « 

• • • . 


Boss 


Ink, o 


r prinoipal ii 


it, etc 


11.057 62 
6,872 09 














17,625 59 




• i 


City of Mt Carmel 








9,694 83 














24,239 97 




• « 








808 04 




« * 










1,615 91 




i * 


' * Monmouth. 








4.040 59 




i « 


Boseville.. 








3,231 43 




(• 


Township of Sumner. . . . 








2,504 07 




« i 








807 86 




«« 


Swan 








8,212 38 




Washington... 


County of Washington.. 
Wayne 








31.984 46 
26.894 08 




• < 

< • 


Township of Bedford. . . . 
Big Mound 








1,035 89 
605 84 




• « 










489 81 




4 < 


" Lamar d.... 








959 51 




White 


County of White 








30,181 41 

236 83 

1.333 22 




« < 


Village of Enfield 




« « 




Whiteside.... 


Township of Coloma .... 








2,525 05 




Williamson... 


County of Williamson... 








16,126 85 




Woodford .... 
i « 

.... 


Township of Cazenovia.. 
Minonk.... 








367 57 
11,488 43 




« c 

• • • . 


Olio 








8,635 98 












tt. 924,969 36 




*,l0«7V. ........ 


Grand tot* 


A of warrants issued froi 


n Oct. 


1, 1888, to 8 


iept. 3 


99,825.510 00 



73 



B 



No. 4. —Recapitulation of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury 
from October 1, 1888, to September 30, 1890, inclusive. 



To What Account Chabged. 



Amount. 



Appropriations, special 

' ' general mileage of PresidentiaTEleotors 

Appellate Court, 1st District 

2d " 

8d 44 

4th •' 

Canal Commissioners 

Commissioners of Labor Statistics 

Public Charities 

Commission of Claims 

Conveying convicts to and from Penitentiary 

f * •• •• Reform School 

Contingent fund of Governor 

Costs and expon;- es of State suits 

Executive Mansion 

Pi sh Commissioners 

Fugitives from justice 

General Assembly 

Heating and lighting State House , 

Incidental expenses . 

Dlinois National Guard 

44 8tat»» Historical Library 

*• Institution forthe Blind 

DeafandDumo 

* * Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 

' • Asylum for Feeble Minded Children 

•• State Reform 8chool .> 

* 4 Soldiers' Orphans' Home 

*• 8oldiers* and Sailors' Home 

* * Hospital for the Insane— Northern 

* r " ,4 Southern 

Eastern 

44 • 44 Central 

' ' Normal University— Normal 

Southern 

University of Illinois 

Laborers, janitors and watchmen in State House 

Lincoln Homestead Trustees 

Mine Inspectors 

Money refunded, revenue 

Office of the Govenor 

Secretary of State 

•• Auditor of Public Accounts 

•' 4 4 State Treasurer 

Attorney General 

Adjutant General., i 

Penitentiary— Joliet 

Southern 

Printer Expert and Assistant— salary 

Pri nting paper and stationery 

Public printing •••• 

Publi • binding. 

Railroad and warehouse Commissioners 

Reports of Supreme Court and salary of Reporter 

8tate Board of Agriculture and Agricultural Societies 

•' Equalization 

44 Health 

44 " Live Stock Comm Issioners and State Veterinarian 

State Historical Library and Natural History Museum 

44 Library 

Supreme Court— Northern Grand Division , 

Central " 

Southern '• 

Salaries, Governor (-alary and amount paid for clerk hire) 

Lieutenant Governor (salary and office expenses) 

Secretary of State (salary and amount paid for clerk hire) 

Auditor of Public Accounts (salary and amount paid for clerk hire). 

State Treasurer (salary and amount paid for clerk hire) 

Attorney General (salary and amount paid for clerk hire) 

Adjutant General 

State Entomologist 

State Agents to prevent cruelty to animals 

Judiciary, Supreme Court, 1st District 

2d * 4 

3d 4# 



> « 



• * 



• • 



•63,609 00- 

900 60 

[22,908 14 

3,316 47 

2,783 49 

2,428 42 

10.950 00- 

14,163 22 

14,168 57 

6,840 15 

81,106 15 

8,920 50 

4,377 8* 

103 85 

19,309 64 

19,861 46 

19,558 14 

240,913 67 

89,253 90 

45,304 39 

190,764 00 

551 05 

104,495 20 

223,929 31 

57,064 08 

169.130 79 

98,83214 

174.210 63 

297.761 02 

211,989 12 

269.483 02 

540,002 02 

347,796 70 

58,987 12 

53,057 50 

78,588 67 

11,759 78 

3,243 36 

18,000 00 

769 29 

3,266 14 

15,618 46 

7,295 80 

10,120 05 

6.823 49 

13.581 50 

47.599 60 

187,700 21 

6.303 00 

81,172 88 

42.285 29 

30.904 02 

38.224 76 

18,972 75 

51,500 00 

19,580 10 

25.248 07 

82.476 68 

8.386 54 

4,743 32 

7.431 59 

7,159 47 

6.413 73 

20.100 00 

1,850 00 

27.055 74 

22,000 00 

15,000 00 

12.000 00 

6,000 00 

4,500 00 

7.200 00 

9.583 32 

10, 000 00 

10.833 32 



Amount carried forward 



$4,250,101 65 



B 



74 



Statement— Continued . 



To What Account Chabged. 



Amount. 



Amount brought forward. 



Salaries Judiciary. Supreme Court, 4th District. 

5th 
6th 
7th 
Superior Court Cook County (7 judges). , 

(11 judges), 



< • 



«« 

* < 



< * 



* • 



Circuit 

" 1st Circuit 

2d " 

3d " ...... 

4th " 

5th " 

6th " 

7th " 

8th " 

9th " 

10th " 
11th " 

12th " 

13th " 

State's Attorney Adams 

Alexander 
Bond 
Boone 
Brown 
' Bureau 
Calhoun 
Carroll 
Cass 

Champaign 
Christian 
Clark 
Clay 
Clinton 
Coles 
Cook 
Crawford 
Cumberland 
BeKalb 
DeWitt 
Douglas 
DuPage 
Edgar 
Edwards 
Effingham 
Fayette 
Ford 
Franklin 
Fulton 
Gallatin 
Greene 
Grundy 
Hamilton 
Hancock 
Hardin 
Henderson 
Henry 
Iroquois 
Jackson 
Jasper 
Jefferson 
Jersey 
JnDaviess 
Johnson 
Eane 
Kankakee 
Kendall 
Knox 
Lake 
LaSalle 
Lawrence 
Lee 

Livingston 
Logan 



County. 



Amount carried forward 



$4,250,101 66 



9.166 66 

10,000 00 

10.206 00 

10,000 00 

46,964 67 

73.098 74 

21,447 00 

21.875 00 

22,220 56 

21,291 68 

20.572 00 

21.875 00 

21,000 00 

20,651 07 

21,000 00 

20, 125 00 

21,875 00 

21,875 00 

20,125 00 

800 00 

K 00 00 

700 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

700 00 

800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

900 00 

900 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

700 00 

700 00 

900 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

700 00 

800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

800 00 

744 57 

800 00 

800 00 

600 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

800 00 

861 70 

700 00 

800 00 

900 00 

800 00 

900 00 



$4,728,876 90 



75 



B 



Statement— Continued , 



To What Account Chabord. 



Amount. 



Amount brought forward. 
Salaries, Judiciary. State's 



Attorney Macon County 

' ' Macoupin 

" Madison 

' ' Marion 

* ' Marshall 

*' Mason 

" Massao 

• • MoDonough 

' ' ' MoHenry 

'* MoLean 

" Menard 

' ' Mercer 

' ' Monroe 

" Montgomery 

* * Morgan 
* ' Moultrie 

Ogle 
• ' Peoria 

* • Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 
" Pope 

Pulaski 
" Putnam 

' ' Randolph 

Richland 
" Rock Island 

Saline 
' * Sangamon 

* Schuyler 

" Boott 

Shelby 
" Stark 

" • St Clair 

' ' Stephenson 

•• Tazewell 

Union 
• ' Vermilion 

Wabash 
" Warren 

Washington 
•• Wayne 

White 
'• Whiteside 

wm 

" Williamson 

' * Winnebago 

Woodford 



* * 

* * 
« * 

* < 
« t 

* i 
«< 
«« 
• « 

* • 
< • 
« « 

< « 

* < 
« < 
« • 

* * 

• < 
« f 

• I 
1 1 
« ( 
« « 
I « 

• « 
#« 

• « 
«• 

< f 
I • 
« • 

• « 
** 
f I 
« t 

• t 

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«• 

• « 
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« I 

«« 

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Total Revenue Fund Warrants Issue. 



Special State Funds. 

State School Fund $2,132,659*27 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund 409 34 



Local Bond Funds (as per detailed statement) 

Total Warrants drawn during two years ending September 30, 1890. 



$4,728,876 30 

69130 
700 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
900 00 
900 00 
800 00 
829 81 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
645 57 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
751 88 
900 00 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
796 74 
.700 00 
700 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
900 00 
800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
780 43 
900 00 
800 00 



$4,767,472 06 



2.133.068 61 
2,924.969 86 



89.825.510 00 



B 



76 



No. 5— Statement of Warrants outstanding October 1, 1888, 

and September 30, 1890. 



Amount of warrants outstanding Ootoberl, 1888 

Amount of warranto issued from October 1, 1888, to September 30, 1890, in- 
clusive 



Total 

Amount of warrants, returned to Auditor's office, cancelled, to October 1,1890 



Amount of warrants outstanding September 80, 1890 



812.397 06 
9,825.510 00 



19.837.907 06 
9,815,084 62 



882,822 44 



No. 6. — Statement of the Condition of the School \ College and 
Seminary Funds, on the first day October, 1890. 



Amount of surplus revenue credited to School fund 1385. 592 32 

Amount of three per cent fund credited to School fund 613,362 96 



Amount of three per cent, fund credited to College fund 
Amount of Seminary fund 



Total of Sohool, College and Seminary funds 



Paid two years interest at six per cent., on the above funds, as follows: 

To the Normal University at Normal 

To the Southern Normal University 

Distributed to counties as per table 



Total 



3948.955 28 

156,613 32 

59.838 72 



fl.165,407 32 



312.967 12 

12.987 12 

113.874 62 

M39.848 8S 



77 



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No. 7. — Statement of Fees collected and paid into State Treasury 
by the Auditor of Public Accounts, together with expenses of 
the Insurance Department, from October 1, 1888, to Septem- 
ber 80, 1890, inclusive. 



Date. 


Description. 


' Amount 


TotaL 


Six months ending March SI, 1889 


Insurance 


$66,786 52 

710 50 

82 00 












Trust companies 






Insurance 


, 667,479 02 


Six months ending September 90,1889.... 


68,912 60 

378 00 

84 00 




Bond reffistration 






Insurance 


9,369 60 


Six months ending March 81. 1890 


978,812 54 

11150 

88 60 




Bond registration 












Insurance 


73,507 64 


Six months ending September 80, 1890. . . . 


918.573 63 
947 00 




Bond registration 








14,520 68 






Total amount paid into State Treasur 






$164,876 89 









Expenses of Insubancb Department. 



For what Paid. 



Amount. 



Clerk hire, attorneys' fees, postage, expressage, etc., for the year ending Sep- 
tember 30, 1889 

Clerk hire, attorneys' fees, postage, expressage, etc., for the year ending Sep- 
tember 80,1890 



Total 



$15,840 76 

15,422 89 

$81,268 65 



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No. 10. 

Statement of the aggregate amount of State Taxes charged on 
the tax books for the year 1888, (including back taxes) the 
amount of abatements, commissions, etc., and the net amount 
collected and amount paid State Treasurer. 



Alexander. ,. 

Carroll"'."*" 

Clark. 

Clay ,.. 

Colts. ".'"". 

Ciui.: ■ ■..-.' .: 
DeEalr. . .. 

Douglas!' .'. 
DuPime 

Fraifkllr. "...: 

Gallario '.'.'.'". 

grand? .' 

Hamllion. ... 

h£tui£.. 
Henrturson. . 
Bmut. 

Irogunta . . . . 

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JoDuvless,.,, 
Johnson... .. 

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Statement— Continued. 



Counties. 



Amount 
charged. 



Abatements. 



osr*i P2 




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OCDgo 



»*• Oh v 

• o go o 
• Sot "•"" 



Total. 



Nee 
amount 
collected 

,and paid 

1 State 

Treasurer. 



Massac 

McDonough 

MoHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer. 

Monroe 

Montgomery 

Morgan. .% 

Moultrie 

g«l©j 

Peoria— 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski. 

Putnam. 

Randolph 

Richland 

Rook Island 

Saline 

Sangamon.. •> 

Schuyler. 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 

Stephenson 

iBzewell 

Union 

Vermilion. 

Wabash. 

Warren. v 

Washington 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside. 

WilL 

Williamson 

Winnebago 

WoodforcL 

Total 



86,723 73 
33,694 68 
29,686 96 
80.743 16 
15,810 21 
26,784 64 
12,217 96 
36,214 10 
38,161 27 
14,617 03 
41,459 12 
60,793 72 

9,713 76 

22,562 63 

' 81,967 94 

5,966 67 

3.622 99 

6,762 55 
21,866 56 

8,795 31 
33.447 67 

7,246 32 
70,849 32 
15,154 16 
11,708 91 
27,176 36 
16,718 71 
78,431 S3 
33,813 14 
86,151 01 

8.487 34 
50.412 27 

8,035 16 
31,196 65 
16,061 44 
13,403 33 
12,365 54 
35,108 94 
56,241 04 

7,860 68 
41,247 97 
26,644 39 



93,526,608 19 



$19 
1.062 
1,152 
2.730 

465 
1,150 
1,156 
2.134 
1,062 

631 
1.402 
1.871 

539 

948 
2,156 

ucvt 

280 

284 
1,839 

370 
1,596 

545 
2,442 
1,091 

344 
1.253 

586 
7,530 
1,147 
1,536 

398 
1,669 

296 
1,123 
1,038 

570 

587 
1,354 
1.918 

288 
1,249 
1,156 



39 
64 
59 
60 
21 
65 
63 
41 
16 
01 
83 
62 
36 
37 
19 
11 
71 
31 
86 
02 
23 
81 
14 
20 
66 
02 
23 
37 
69 
17 
74 
27 
13 
19 
26 
45 
68 
93 
10 
02 
99 
58 



9147,980 26 



9582 66 



1,952 50 



443 34 



1.055 03 
1,270 87 



267 63 



524 43 



627 66 
"62*21 



919,934 52 



9619 39 
1.062 64 
1,162 59 
3,313 26 

465 21 
1.150 65 
1,156 63 
4.086 91 
1,062 16 

631 01 
1.402 83 
1.871 (2 

539 36 
1.391 71 
2,156 19 

984 11 

280 71 

284 81 
1,839 86 

370 02 
1,596 23 

545 81 
2,442 14 
1,091 20 

344 66 
1,253 02 
1,641 26 
8,801 24 
1,147 69 
1,803 80 

398 74 
1,669 27 

820 56 
1,123 19 
1,038 26 

570 45 
1,215 31 
1,354 93 
1,970 31 

288 02 
1,249 99 
1,156 58 



9167.914 78 



95.104 34 

32.632 04 
28.534 37 
77,429 90 
15,315 00 

24.633 99 

11.061 33 
82,127 19 
37.099 11 
13,986 02 
40,056 29 

58.922 10 
9,174 40 

21,170 92 

29.811 75 
4,982 56 
3,34168 
6,478 24 

20,026 70 
8,425 29 

31,851 44 
6,700 51 

68,407 18 

14.062 90 
11,364 25 

25.923 34 
15,077 45 
69,630 09 
32.665 45 
34,347 24 

8.088 60 
48,743 00 

7.214 60 
30,073 46 
15,023 IS 
12,832 88 
11.150 20 
33,754 01 
54,270 75 

7,572 66 
39,997 98 
25,487 81 



93.358,693 41 



B 



84 



No. 11. 

Statement of the aggregate amount of State Taxes charged on 
the tax books for the year 1889, (including back taxes) the 
amount of abatements, commissions, etc., and the net amount 
collected, amount paid State Treasurer, and amount remain- 
ing due from Collectors. 



OOUNTIHS. 



Amount 
charged. 



Abatements. 



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go M 

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P O O O 

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Total 



O ft, 



tz5 



pp 
He 

is 



Amount 
due. 



Adams 

Alexander.... 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown., 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign .. 
Christian...... 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles 

*Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland . 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas , 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham.... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene , 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock , 

Hardin 

Henderson..., 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson. 

Jersey.. , 

JoDaviess.... 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee...., 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee , 

Livingston . . . 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marlon , 



tSl.858 77 

8.285 82 
11,650 79 
13,552 53 

8,407 38 
41,775 28 

2,797 72 
18.859 88 
13,662 14 
39,856 37 
31,429 19 
11,571 89 

8,501 95 

13,117 87 

22,069 97 

838,239 25 

7,683 73 

6,861 11 
31,013 41 
16,438 57 
16,574 32 
20,759 71 
24,059 66 

5,985 21 
11,767 73 
15.275 44 
13,543 48 

5,035 68 
34,836 88 

6,894 97 
23,0(18 50 
18,970 40 

6,358 12 
31,714 14 

2,117 75 
11.501 85 
37.769 02 
33,155 98 
11,694 84 

7,832 06 

9,298 37 
14.736 37 
17,811 01 

6,688 63 
51,223 87 
20,250 30 
14,133 70 
42,864 92 
21,110 78 
71,248 65 

7,192 27 
28,492 67 
41,214 52 
32,398 37 
33,209 64 
40,599 09 
53.056 31 
13,847 97 



81,693 
401 
554 
576 
393 

1,236 
164 
754 
628 

1.545 

1,388 
466 
400 
644 
765 
24,560 
341 
306 

1,023 
606 
700 
806 
792 
225 
464 
657 
514 
258 

1,296 
361 
985 

307 

1.153 

181 

417 

1,161 

1,051 

818 

804 

628 

598 

655 

727 

1,663 

1.125 

563 

1,321 

1,059 

4,765 

358 

1,427 

2,009 

2,659 

1,216 

1,678 

4,122 

691 



26 
38 
25 
10 
96 
60 
95 
18 
92 
87 
50 
20 
23 
99 
27 
41 
91 
82 
49 
90 
87 
67 
87 
31 
79 
61 
07 
34 
10 
33 
20 
97 
33 
24 
57 
98 
01 

U 

20 
92 
46 
78 
76 
20 
79 
45 
38 
59 
25 
55 
40 
96 
91 
53 
67 
70 
32 



8270 49 
427 14 



30 87 
3,702 95 



1,069 91 



978 41 



849 43 
11 IS 



15 63 



2.519 66 
4,144 60 



91,963 75 

828 52 

564 25 

676 10 

353 95 

1,236 60 

164 96 

764 18 

628 92 

1,576 74 

5,091 46 

• 466 20 

400 23 

544 99 

766 27 

24,560 41 

841 91 

306 82 
1.023 49 

606 90 
700 87 
806 67 
792 87 
225 31 
464 79 

657 61 
514 07 
258 34 

1.296 10 
361 S3 

2.055 11 
886 97 

307 33 
1,163 24 

181 57 
417 98 
1,161 01 
1,051 04 
818 83 
804 20 
628 92 

1.576 87 
665 78 

1.577 19 
1,674 33 
1,125 79 

658 45 
1.32138 
1,059 59 
4,780 78 

358 55 
1.427 40 
2,009 96 
2.659 91 
1,216 53 
4,198 33 
8.267 30 

69182 



849,835 

7.457 
10.996 
12,976 

8.053 
40.538 

2,632 
18,105 
13,033 
88,279 
26.337 
11.105 

8,K)1 

12,672 

21,304 

777,618 

7,341 

6,554 
29,989 
15,831 
15,873 
19,953 
23,266 

5,759 
11.302 
14.617 
13.029 

4,777 
33.640 

5.533 
20.953 
18,088 

6,060 
30,660 

1,936 
11,083 
36,608 
32,104 
10.876 

7,027 

8,669 
13.159 
16.655 

5.111 
49,549 
19.124 
13,580 
41.543 
20.051 
66.467 

6,833 
27,065 
39,204 
29,738 
31,993 
36,400 
44,789 
13,256 



02 
30 
64 
43 
43 
78 
77 
70 
22 
63 
74 
69 
72 
88 
70 
86 
82 
29 
92 
67 
45 
04 
79 
90 
94 
83 
41 
34 
78 
64 
39 
43 
79 
90 
18 
87 
01 
94 
01 
86 
46 
60 
23 
44 
54 
51 
25 
64 
19 
87 
72 
27 
56 
46 
11 
76 
01 
65 



836,059 98 



•••«•« 



85 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



Counties. 



Amount 
charged. 



Abatements. 



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» d ■— 







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go OB 

: Sag* 
: §| p 3 

: "§§3° 

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TotaL 



Si 

8 

I 



Amount 
due. 



t 



Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

MoDonough. 

MoHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe ..... 

Montgomery 

Morgan. 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski.. 

Putnam 

Randolph.... 
Richland.... 
Bock Island. 

Saline 

Sangamon... 
Schuyler..... 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 

Stephenson.. 
Tazewell.... 

?nion 
ermllion . . . 

Wabash 

Warren. 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside.... 

Will 

Williamson.. 
Winnebago . 
Woodford... 

Total 



916,491 83 

17,678*18 

5,240 27 

28,236 16 

25.473 49 
72,511 96 
14,850 74 
22,318 58 
10,901 98 
31,446 04 
32,897 45 
12,812 42 
84,993 08 
58.465 17 

7,917 57 
18,793 55 

28.474 44 
5.084 86 
2,896 26 
5,704 26 

17,641 34 

7,152 17 
27,590 79 

6,643 96 
61,443 27 
12,426 82 
10,125 24 
24.844 90 
14,540 95 
66,542 05 
30.145 99 
32.256 28 

6,895 13 
42,047 86 

6,488 44 
27,028 44 
12.245 89 
10,600 87 
11,226 50 
30,283 20 
49,844 24 

7,068 75 
36,412 71 
22,256 84 



93,075,600 55 



9624 

5,524 

620 

876 

1,015 

2,386 

430 

1,103 

1,156 

1,751 

828 

526 

1,147 

1,620 

420 

811 

2,179 

1.057 

213 

244 

1,741 

317 

1,367 

504 

2.109 

1,027 

279 

1,054 

528 

9,282 

996 

1,602 

329 

1.380 

239 

997 

878 

436 

676 

1.263 

1,675 

272 

1,098 

1.037 



93 
45 
45 
48 
35 
22 
74 
80 
31 
31 
72 
59 
18 
42 
23 
17 
25 
93 
25 
73 
14 
83 
65 
40 
55 
68 
14 
11 
56 
11 
27 
75 
62 
98 
08 
91 
10 
61 
63 
29 
60 
30 
69 
24 



9134,860 78 



91,952 60 



443 34 



1.055 03 
855 27 



267 63 



524 43 



627 66 



57 00 



919,802 98 



9624 93 
5,524 45 

620 45 

876 48 
1.015 35 
2.386 22 

430 74 
1.103 80 
1.156 31 
3,703 81 

828 72 

526 59 
1,147 18 
1,620 42 

420 23 
1.254 51 
2,179 25 
1,057 93 

213 25 

244 73 
1,741 U 

317 83 
1,367 65 

504 40 
2,109 55 
1,027 68 

279 14 

1.054 11 

1,583 59 

10,137 38 

996 27 
1,870 38 

329 62 

1,380 98 

763 51 

997 91 
878 10 
436 61 

1.204 29 
1,263 29 
1.675 60 
272 30 
1,098 69 
1,094 24 



9154,663 76 



915.866 39 
12.053 68 

4,619 82 
27.859 68 
24,458 14 
70,125 14 
13,920 00 
21,214 78 

9,745 67 
27,742 23 
32,068 73 
12,285 83 
33,845 90 
51,844 75 

7,497 34 
17,539 04 
26.295 19 

4.026 92 

2,683 01 

5,459 53 
15,900 20 

6,834 34 
26,223 14 

6,139 56 
59,333 72 
11.399 14 

9,846 10 
23,790 79 
12.957 36 
56,404 67 
29.149 72 
30.385 90 

6,565 51 
40.666 88 

5,724 93 
26.030 53 
11.367 79 
10,164 26 
10.022 21 
29,019 91 
48,168 64 

6,790 45 
35.314 02 
21.162 60 



92.884,876 81 



936,059 98 



'Abatements estimated. 



B 



86 



No. 12. 

Statement showing the aggregate amount of School Fund Tax 
charged on the tax books of 1888, (including back taxes) the 
amount deducted for abatements, commissions, etc., the net 
arpount collected, the amount paid to each County, etc. 



Counties. 



Amount 
charged. 



Amount 
of abate- 
ments, 
commis- 
sions, etc. 



Net 

amount 

collected. 



Amount 

paid 
county. 



Amount 
received 

from 
county 

over 
amount 

paid. 



Amount 
paid 

county 
over 

amount 
received. 



Adamp 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay f . 

Clinton 

Coles 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland .... 

DeKalb 

DeWItf 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Mamilton 
ancock 

Hardin 

Henderson 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston. 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough .... 

MoHenry 

McLean 



$18,860 99 

8,228 40 

4,217 57 

5,1(3 65 

2,934 92 

15,255 82 

1,090 61 

7,052 17 

5.148 39 

14,724 61 

11,944 55 

4.166 77 

2,873 86 

4,619 98 

8,237 19 

295.355 16 

♦3.121 S3 

2,495 82 

11,455 64 

6,250 94 

6,043 63 

7,510 66 

9,152 31 

2,367 05 

4,404 38 

6.818 24 

4.998 81 

1,996 46 

12,889 83 

1,962 13 

8,408 98 

6,861 79 

2,647 64 

11.822 85 

895 80 

4,276 67 

13,985 12 

12,552 23 

4,267 21 

3.108 92 

3.793 14 

5,479 11 

6,791 61 

2,209 37 

18,590 13 

7.168 05 

5.224 90 

15,762 32 

7,580 04 

26,207 81 

2,632 32 

10,425 77 

15,393 15 

12,177 71 

13,231 01 

14,514 24 

18.927 38 

5. 172 93 

5.846 81 

5,783 44 

1.821 19 

10.721 03 

9.445 85 

25,691 00 



$742 35 
280 07 
180 96 
212 78 
128 10 
455 72 
56 25 
275 78 
258 64 
577 28 

1.693 16 
187 19 
132 16 
191 68 
298 50 

7,889 81 
137 55 
111 19 
372 48 
244 09 
247 50 
289 00 
309 20 
84 65 
177 25 
508 15 
189 52 
104 48 
472 03 
127 84 
688 03 
300 94 
150 48 
405 74 I 
59 44| 
153 92 
431 97i 
386 85 
262 98 
275 56 
212 63 
621 71 
323 78 
550 01 
614 80 
370 95 
2(1 38 
499 08 
357 52 

1.553 76 
123 27 
534 47 
669 93 
909 72, 
481 49j 

1.751 95! 

2,624 49! 
225 2!)! 
220 55 

1,561 93! 
197 08! 
338 10 
366 73 

1,054 21 



$18,118 64 
2,948 33 
4,036 61 
4,950 87 
2,806 82 

14,800 10 
1,034 36 
6.776 39 
4,889 75 

14,147 33 

10,251 39 
3,979 58 
2.741 70 
4,428 30 
7,938 69 
287,465 35 
2,984 28 
2,384 63 

11,083 16 
6.006 85 

5.796 13 

7.221 66 
8.843 11 
2.282 40 
4,227 13 
6,310 09 
4.809 29 
1,891 98 

12,417 80 
1,834 29 
7,720 95 
6,560 85 
2,497 16 

11,417 11 

836 36 

4,122 75 

13, 553 15 

12.165 38 
4,004 23 
2,833 36 
3.550 51 
4,857 40 
6,467 83 
1,659 36 

17,975 33 

6.797 10 
4.983 52 

15.2.3 21 

7.222 52 
24.654 05 

2.509 05 

9,891 30 

14,723 22 

11,267 99 

12,749 52 

12,792 29 

16,302 89 

4,947 64 

5,626 26 

4,221 51 

1.624 11 

10,382 93 

9.079 12 

24,636 79 



119.104 
4.599 
5,202 
3,305 
4,433 

10,516 
2,621 
5,448 
4,712 

13,571 
9,557 
7,437 
5,786 
6.528 
9,050 
182,583 
5,628 
4,820 
8.208 
5,520 
5.391 
6,139 
8.312 
8,023 
6,620 
8,202 
4,961 
5.982 

13,450 
4,522 
7.704 
5,401 
6.107 

11.651 
2,185 
3,494 

11.696 

12,005 
7.853 
5.190 
7,431 
5,210 
8,983 
4.871 

13,077 
8.412 
3,856 

11.875 
6,477 

22,856 
4,690 
8,869 

13,115 
8,367 
9.931 

12,645 

16,785 
8,025 
4,841 
5.440 
3,614 
9.248 
7,493 

19,572 



97 
70 
81 
04 
01 
96 
13 
38 
30 
97 
57 
13 
20 
64 
52 
16 
43 
46 
84 
27 
76 
29 
54 
20 
89 
75 
69 
79 
46 
08 
97 
30 
-18 
29 
97 
62 
46 
02 
84 
72 
41 
45 
09 
35 
64 
42 
62 
23 
75 
61 
67 
84 
18 
25 
66 
03 
40 
61 
45 

15 

87 
38 
12 
57 



$1,645 83 

"•i.'s&'ii 



1.328 01 
177 45 
575 36 



404 37 
1.082 37 
530 57 



15 98 
1.159 55 



628 13 

1,856 69 

160 36 



4,897 69 



1,126 90 

3,388 01 

744 7? 

1,797 44 



1,021 46 
1,608 04 
2,900 74 
2.817 86 
147 26 



784 81 



1,134 55 
1,586 00 
5,064 22 



$986 33 
1,651 37 
1,166 20 



1,626 19 



1,586 77 





3.457 55 




3.044 50 




2.100 34 


104,882 19 


1,111 83 




2.644 15 




2,435 83 


2.874 32 




486 58 





740 80 
2,393 76 
1,893 66 

152 40 
4,090 81 
1,032 66 
2, 687 79 



3,610 32 

234 18 

1,349 61 



3,849 61 
2.357 36 
3,880 90 
353 05 
2.515 26 
3,211 99 

i,'6i5'32 



2,181 62 



482 51 
3,077 97 

i,*2i9*24 

1,990 76 



/ 



87 



B 



Statement-^ Continued . 



Counties. 


Amount 
charged. 


Amount 
of abate- 
ments, 
commis- 
sions, etc. 


Net 

amount 

collected. 


Amount 

paid 
county. 


Amount 
received 

from 
county 

over 
amount 

paid. 


Amount 
paid 

county 
over 

amount 
received. 




15.030 52 

8,204 20 

3,887 53 

11,522 67 

12.142 22 

4,650 87 

13.191 54 

19,843 46 

8.090 74 

7,179 02 

10.171 62 

1.898 48 

1.152 57 

2.151 72 

6.957 55 

2,798 51 

10.642 44 

2.305 65 

22.542 97 

4.82178 

3,72) 56 

8,647 02 

5.919 59 

24.955 43 

10.758 72 

11.502 60 

2.700 52 

16,040 28 

2.556 64 

9.926 21 

5.096 47 

4,264 69 

3,984 49 

11.171 03 

17,894 88 

2,501 13 

18.124 35 

8.477 76 


9148 02 
366 11 
368 01 
1,300 38 
837 95 
200 78 
446 36 
595 51 
171 61 
442 82 
686 07 
313 12 

89 06 

90 47 
585 42 
117 73 
507 89 
178 67 
777 04 
347 20 
109 66 
898 69 
522 22 

2,800 40 
365 17 
57*94 
126 87 
531 14 
261 09 
857 88 
816 87 
18150 
886 70 
43112 
626 92 

91 65 
397 72 
868 00 


94.882 50 

7.838 09 

3.519 52 

10,222 29 

11.804 27 

4,450 09 

12.745 18 

18,747 95 

2,919 13 

6.736 20 

9,485 55 

1.585 36 

1.063 51 

2,061 25 

6.372 13 

2.680 78 

10.134 55 

2.131 98 

21,765 93 

4,474 58 

8,615 90 

8.248 313 

4,797 37 

22.155 03 

10.393 55 

10,928 66 

2,573 65 

15,509 14 

2,295 55 

9.568 83 

4.780 10 

4,063 19 

3,547 79 

10.739 91 

17.267 96 

2,409 48 

12.726 63 

8,109 76 


84.378 98 
6,371 51 
4.704 04 
9,580 48 
9,987 65 
4.751 75 
9.373 71 

17,187 47 
5,576 89 
5,289 97 

11,141 06 
4.933 70 
3,341 94 
1,745 72 
8,755 97 
5.305 87 

12.018 38 
6.948 43 

16,709 05 
5.566 08 
3.565 24 

10.626 38 
3,609 78 

20,844 96 

10,309 56 
9,780 88 
6,284 34 

18.806 09 
3,873 75 
7.234 18 
7,641 99 
7,755 87 
8,245 74 
9.776 42 

17.009 97 
7.182 02 
8,757 87 
7.294 40 


8608 57 
1.466 58 

641 81 
1.816 62 










81,184 62 


Montgomery .... 




__ «- — -q ■-■— - * 




Moultrie 


301 66 


Ogle 


8,371 47 

1,560 48 








Perry 


2,657 76 


Piatt 


1,446 23 




Pike. 


1,655 51 


Pope 




3,348 84 


Pulaski 




2,278 43 


Putnam. 


315 53 






2.383 84 


Rock Island .... 




2.625 09 




1.883 83 


Saline 

Sangamon 


5,056 88 


3.816 46 


Schuyler 


1.09160 


Sco t 


50 66 




Shelby 


2.878 05 


Stark 


1,187 59 

1,810 07 

88 99 

1.147 78 

1,703 05 




8t Clair 








Tazewell 




vermilion 


3,710 69 


Wabash 


1,078 20 


Warren 


2,334 65 




Washington .... 


2,861 89 


Wayne 




3,672 68 


White 




4,697 95 


-Whiteside 


963 49 
257 99 




Will 




Williamson 


4,772 64 


Woodford. 


3,968 76 
815 36 












SI, 122, 073 32 


858.397 86 


81,068,675 46 


81,000.000 00 


8181,807 03 


8113,131 67 



B 88 

No. 13. 

Statement showing the aggregate amount of Sichool Fund Tax 
charged on the tax. books of 1889, {including back taxes) the 
amount deducted for abatements, commissions, etc., the net 
amount collected, the amount paid to each County, etc. 



Alexander... 

Bond 

It .■-!.«■ . 

Bureau . 

Calhoun. 

Cba».. '.'.'.'.'.'.' 
Champaign. 

Cnrte'Jan. . . 
Clark.... .. 

Clay 

CUntiJD 

•Cook --.'.-. 
Crawford 

I'.irV .-i.Kr ■'. 

lie Witt 

DouKlas 

Do.Page . .... 

Eurkt 

K.d wards.. . 
Kfllimutun, 
Vavi.-!.- 

Ford. 

Franklin... . 
Falun. 

8alla:!n 
■ Bsrift 

'■■ ir. '■'■ 

HainUtOD . . 
Hiu .■ >"k . 
Hardin . . 
HirnderBon- 

IroQuols.. . . 
Jaekeon .... 

jSCoi. :. 

Johnson 

Kaniiakii". . 
Ken<lall 

Lakai";:;;; 

LaSalle 

LawreDoe... 

I iv.rn/AU.n 

Haoonplii 

Hadlann 

Martin 

y-u.'n.l . 

M *.■• :: . 

Massac 

at l> >i vi„-h 
MrH.;,-y . 























































































































































































































































» 



























































1.875 8* 


9,703 38 


t 




































































































































































































18,256 10 




































































































374 ua 


9,010 89 







lljSS 






»,« ■' 






4,418 88 






J.«S 14 
89 41 
£31 OE 














2.801 3r. 








1 17. 193 06 










2. W0 08 
812*5 
466 38 

I.M1 84 

-// V 






































14 TO 
1 J 1 01 
















MR 91 
1.790 70 
































5.177 46 






1.146 63 

3,430 2 

1,631 5! 












1.101 SN 

2.IW8 03 

i.«* aj 

TffiTH 


















1.0OIO7 










831 W 







89 



B 



Statement — Continued . 



Commas. 


Amount 
charged. 


Amount 
of abate- 
ments, 
commis- 
sions, etc. 


Net 

amount 

collected. 


Amounf 

paid 
oounty. 


Amount 
received 

from 
oounty 

over 
amount 

paid. 


Amount 

paid 
oounty 

over 

amount 

received. 


McLean , 


196,714 72 

5,887 11 

8,222 64 

4,016 58 

11,585 38 

18.120 12 

4,720 36 

12,892 19 

19.697 69 

2.917 00 

6.923 94 

10.490 58 
1.873 37 
1,067 04 
2.101 57 
6,499 44 
2,635 01 

10,165 02 

8.447 78 

82,686 99 

4.578 30 

3,730 85 

9,153 39 

5.357 20 

24.515 49 

11,106 43 

11,883 89 

2,540 31 

15.491 32 
2,390 47 
9,957 85 
4,511 65 
3,905 58 
4,136 08 

11,156 96 
18,863 67 

2.602 07 
13,415 21 

8,199 89 


9879 13 
158 69 
406 67 
426 01 

1,364 56 
305 32 
194 00 
422 65 
596 99 
154 82 
462 19 
802 88 
389 77 
78 56 
90 17 
64147 
117 10 
503 86 
185 83 
777 20 
378 62 
102 84 
388 36 
583 43 

3.734 82 
367 05 
689 09 
121 44 
508 79 
281 29 
367 65 
323 52 
160 86 
443 69 
465 41 
617 32 
100 32 
404 78 
403 14 


©5,886 50 

5,128 42 

7,815^7 

8,590 51 

10.220 82 

11,814 80 

4,526 36 

12,469 54 

19,100 70 

2,762 18 

6,461 75 

9,687 70 

1,483 60 

968 48 

2,011 40 

5.857 97 

2,517 91 

9,66116 

2,26195 

21.859 79 

4,199 68 

3,627 51 

8,765 03 

4,773 77 

20,780 67 

10,739 38 

11,194 80 

2,418 87 

14,962 53 

2.109 18 

9,590 20 

4.188 13 

3,744 72 

3.692 39 

10,691 55 

17.746 35 

2,501 75 

13,010 43 

7,796 75 


919,573 57 
4,378 93 
6,371 51 
4,704 04 
9,580 48 
9.987 65 
4,751 75 
9,373 71 

17.187 47 
5,576 89 
5,289 97 

11,141 06 
4,933 70 
3,34194 
1.745 72 
8,755 97 
5,305 87 

12,018 38 
5,948 43 

16,709 05 
5,566 06 
3.565 24 

10,626 38 
3.609 78 

20,844 96 

10,309 56 
9.780 88 
6.284 34 

13,806 09 
3,373 75 
7,234 18 
7,611 99 
7,755 87 
8.245 74 
9,776 42 

17,009 97 
7,182 02 
8,757 87 
7.294 40 


96,263 02 

749 49 

1,444 46 








Mercer. 






91,113 58 


Montgomery .... 


640 34 
1,827 15 








Moultrie 


226 39 


Ogle 


3,095 83 
1.913 23 










2,814 71 


Piatt 


1,17178 




Pike 


1,453 39 


Pope 




3,450 10 


Pulaski 




2,363 46 


Putnam 


265 68 






2,898 00 






2.787 96 






2,357 28 


Saline 




3,686 48 




5,150 74 






1,866 40 


Scott'. 


62 27 






1.861 35 


Stark 


1,163 99 




St Clair 


64 29 


Stephenson 


429 82 
1.413 92 








Union 


8,865 47 


vermilion......... 


1.176 44 
2,356 02 




Warren 


1,264 57 


Washington...... • 


3,453 86. 


Wayne 




4,011 15 


White 




4,553 35 


Whiteside.; 


915 13 
736 38 




Will 




Williamson 


4,680 27 


Woodford 


4.262 66 
502 35 










Total 


91,133,115 89 


956,961 40 


91.076,151 49 


91,000,000 00 


9192.630 77 


9116.496 28 



'Abatements estimated. 



B 



90 



No. 14. 

Statement of the amount of State, County, City, Town, District 
and other local' Taxes, charged on the tax books of 1888, in- 
cluding back taxes. 



Counties. 



State Tax. 



County Tax. 



City Tax. 



Town. Dis- 
trict and 
Local Taxes 



Registered 

Bond Fund 

Tax. 



Total Tax. 



Adams 

Alexander.... 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun 

Carroll 

Cass 

Champaign. . . 

Christian 

Clark 

Clay 

Clinton 

Coles ;.. 

Cook 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham.... 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson.... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson. 

Jersey 

JoDaviess . .. 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kankakee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston. .. 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough.. 

McHoury 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercer 

Monroe 

Montgomery. 
Morgan 



$59,277 38 
10,146 40 
13,903 25 
16.228 61 

9.224 04 
47.946 84 

3,427 62 
22.163 96 
16,180 67 
46,27? 32 
87,540 03 
13.095 58 

9,032 15 

14.519 921 

25,888 32 

928.2.>9 07" 

9.811 47 

7,844 00 
36.003 43 
19,645 82 
18,994 28' 
23.604 94 
28,764 39 

7.439 30 
13,812 31 
21,428 76 
15,710 52; 

6.274 60 
40,510 91 

6.166 69 
26,428 24 
21,565 65 

8,321 14 
37,157 55 

2,815 36 
13,440 96 
43,953 24 
39,449 87 
13.41123 

9,770 88 
11,921 31 
17,220 07 
21,345 04 

6.913 72 
58,426 13 
22,528 17 
16.421 11 
49.538 73 
23,822 98 
82,367 40 

8.273 02 
32.766 72 
48.378 48 
38.272 80 
41.583 18 
45,710 48 
59,486 05 
16.257 77 
18.375 67 
18, 176 53 

5.723 73 
33.691 68 
29,686 96 
80,743 16 
15.810 21 
25.784 64 
- 12.217 96 
36.214 10 
38,161 27 



9120 
17 
19 

9 
14 
47 

5 
20 
31 
62 
26 
20 
14 

19 
35 
1,820 
16 
13 
25 

8 
17 
21 
49 

9 

8 
16 

8 
10 
36 
10 
27 
30 
11 
24 

4 

12 
36 
31 
34 
15 
20 
21 
25 
10 
66 
86 

9 
47 
25 
60 
18 
42 

as 

43 
40 
14 
76 
23 
17 
49 
8 
33 
25 
63 
23 
17 
11 
21 
65 



006 01 
189 48 
953 49 

229 78 
678 97 
942 46 
839 66 
142 51 
156 99 
956 23 
132 09 
776 37 
384 89 
745 18 

230 06 
684 52 
751 80 
402 08 
343 05 
064 26 
300 82 
459 95 
051 
121 



76 

05 



179 57 
246 81j 
218 87 
495 96 
851 55 
524 74 
348 38 
501 94 
332 09 
735 64 
764 24 
206 29 
966 43 
412 22 
331 02 
644 10 
776 66 
632,90 
9*4 27 

047 90 
497 02 
488 00 
266 60 
275 85 
134 45 
639 88 
772 59 
870 36 
407 43 
799 89 
156 97 
062 85 
329 38 
801 10 
545 72 
686 75 
795 69 
694 68 
635 63 
708 71 
319 24 
576 72 
766 43 
805 81 

048 98 



897,633 87 

22,872 83 

4,294 20 

3,575 13 

3,5*4 68 

13,023 91 



15,881 29 

J0.677 10 

35,026 31 

12,072 88 

6,067 59 

2.535 22 

1,051 86 

38,824 35 

5,818,7i6 76 

3,035 34 

3,515 39 

24.721 22 

14,816 42 

9.205 15 

10,637 95 

18.876 39 

2,539 98 

8,596 73 

3,594 71 

10,800 53 

1.855 51 

. 33. 899 15 

2.155 13 

16,145 14 

5,361 75 

1,542 43 

17,922 90 



567 06 
16,970 34 

9.312 17 
11,258 48 

1,672 16 

6,164 25 

3,262 31 
28.403 38 

2,193 28 

112, US 76 

13,557 18 

3,576 01 

90,633 46 

34,4««3 80 

112,629 88 

2,287 33 
17, 164 89 
18.448 11 
41,219 61 
49.110 70 
21.512 33 
35,407 99 

7.385 58 
45,397 08 
11, 00(5 37 

7.644 00 ! 
37.552 69 

3.660 49 
94.322 06 

6.470 32 

9,485 62 



18.761 04 
62,627 38 



$140 

26 

87 

43 

35 

166 

12 

78 

50 

205 

128 

76 

60 

46 

97 

3,069 

42 

39 

125 

79 

76 

92 

130 

20 

58 

71 

73 

23 

176 

42 

72 

83 

24 

113 

10 

40 

148 

153 

57 

44 

42 

46 

68 

30 

246 

125 

65 

106 

73 

345 

33 

229 

156 

117 

145 

135, 

166 

61 

25 

67 

29 

90 

114 

251 

45 

82 

38 

101 

78 



735 92 
555 14 
617 19 
928 10 

541 32 
955 42 
662 45 
413 76 
963 73 
534 58 
358 22 
438 10 
770 15 
317 56 
299 46 
216 92 
934 20 
498 43 
391 35 
720 69 

916 10 
934 71 
177 90 
386 39 
014 62 
158 08 
801 09 
930 29 
783 69 
876 39 
928 81 
870 91 

917 29 
885 68 
652 25 
654 76 
222 65 
921 89 
'285 32 
517 73 
372 82 
235 26 
485 5S 
297 09 
580 71 

542 55 
335 13 
048 69 
798 29 
237 52 
836 39 
719 31 
974 55 
335 56 
254 11 
813 03 
749 49 
166 50 
738 34 
338 27 
727 36 
155 27 
076 35 
510 64 
553 44 
110 18 
275*5 
969 39 
275 67 



$142,723 74 
47.544 84 



10,029 19 



10,443 13 

25,015 54 

105,132 33 

26,552 54 

7,507 80 

*i9,' 295*25 

6,117 68 

15,293 62 

1.536 81 



■•••■■ 



53.579 62 
10,496 51 



7,613 46 

209 75 

8,746 85 

2,300 99 

20,025 99 

254 08 

3,700 81 

24,302 83 

1.165 39 



843 00 
26,828 11 



2.056 81 
4,912 30 

19,054 93 
602 24 

12,206 51 
9,326 64 
1,847 08 
7,450 81 

20.323 92 



14,347 36 

"i'&i'ii 

*'8,' 640*65 



23.747 63 
33.800 21 
29.085 40 
27,407 69 
131.394 26 
2.38129 



963 08 
49,851 10 



5,360 43 



55.494 60 
2,278 22 

11.748 66 
8.861 88 
8,546 58 

20,775 89 



8560.376 92 

124.808 19 

75.168 IS 
72.961 02 
63,029 01 

285,897 82 

21,929 73 

136,601 52 

119,421 62 

874.809 98 
809,235 55 
142,930 18 

94,230 21 

81.634 52 

216,537 44 

11.643, 023 95 

87.826 48 

65,796 71 

211.459 05 

175,826 81 

182.912 86 

148.640 93 

234,483 90 

39,699 47 

92,380 11 

114,729 85 

128,557 00 

42.810 39 

291,746 11 

86.128 06 

144,015.99 

141,300 25 

49,955 95 

220,529 88 

18,23185 

68,925 88 

251,024 96 

253, 151 08 

116,891 29 

83,81138 

90,561 68 

90,197 62 

151.678 22 

69,805 91 

483.597 62 

212,463 26 

94,598 85 

295,357 84 

157,159 52 

604.515 33 

63.169 33 
316.268 91 
296,008 78 
269,713 26 
803.512 65 
851.492 95 
840.354 20 
108,610 95 
108.019 89 
196,059 02 

51,890 78 
200,457 75 
173.059 43 
548.779 17 

93.431 48 
146,706 12 

71.121 62 
187.293 92 
264,888 69 



91 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



GouwTiB8. 



State Tax. 



County Tax. 



City Tax. 



Town, Dis- 
trict and 
Local Taxes 



Registered 

Bond Fund 

Tax. 



Total Tax. 



Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria 

Perry- 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph ... 
Richland. ... 
Rock Island. 

Saline 

8angamon... 
8chuyler:. ... 

8cott 

Shelby 

Stark 

St Clair 

Stephenson . 

Tazewell 

union 

Vermilion... 

Wabash 

Warren 

Washington. 

Wayne 

White 

Whiteside... 
Will 

Williamson. . 
Winnebago. . 
Woodford... 

Total 



414,617 03 
41.459 12 
60.798 72 

9,713 76 
22.562 63 
31.967 94 

5,966 67 

8.622 99 

6,762 55 
21,866 56 

8,795 31 
38,447 67 

7.246 32 
70,849 32 
15,154 16 
11.708 91 
27.176 36 
16,718 71 
78,431 33 
33,813 14 
36,151 04 

8,487 34 
50.412 27 

8.035 16 
31,196 65 
16,061 44 
13.403 33 
12,365 54 
35,106 94 
56.241 04 

7.860 68 
41,247 97 
26,644 39 



13.526,608 19 



116,320 29 
35,811 33 

137.832 75 
15.246 39 
16,994 27 
26,110 76 
10.285 21 
9,372 34 
7.529 60 
35.304 64 
14,988 31 
57,630 24 
12,692 92 
64,574 02 
20.811 87 
23.894 63 
23,289 84 
10,215 35 
69,054 85 
26,911 25 
41.527 41 
14,479 32 
68,674 66 
10,809 79 
49,634 26 
18.265 45 
22,853») 
20.764 02 
29,121 68 
86.7(16 63 
13,a56 41 
41,230 20 
25,511 50 



94.807,655 76 



96.695 73 

6,680 34 

175,218 22 

1.(65 32 

4.465 63 

8.829 56 

458 97 

2.839 36 

351 81 

10,868 45 

6,297 95 

109,006 35 

1,106 57 

167,600 10 

3.428 32 

3.191 31 

8.755 83 

6.530 46 

153.550 09 

33, 174 50 

37,246 35 

5.725 36 

45,698 50 

2,054 73 

22.483 82 

1,381 50 

3.514 56 

5,869 17 

34.455 26 

49,134 64 

269 55 

105,840 49 

8,539 31 



S8.238.602 02 



169,722 29 

147.691 63 

266,528 65 

33.686 28 

87,664 84 

S'8.279 62 

26.582 59 

26,502 87 

27,470 93 

57,887 70 

36,476 72 

149.066 26 

27,799 11 

159,721 15 

50,553 95 

30,923 68 

114,183 00 

66,421 06 

227,945 81 

112.204 42 

112.264 73 

36.699 99 

209.005 01 

26,399 09 

100,973 96 

39,360 60 

49.201 13 

73.016 37 

138.368 28 

249.421 31 

35.844 37 

80.857 07 

84.426 56 



912,260,252 08 



921,679 76 
10,673 53 
21,182 87 



81,790 10 
20.15131 



6,723 67 



4.773 58 

12,187 08 

411 99 

14.840 46 

93.059 03 

6.941 45 



17.041 44 
26,629 70 
57,075 85 



41,730 14 
6,221 09 
37,110 72 
14.986 13 
22.421 88 
17.124 91 
16,665 73 
21.022 86 
1.282 47 



8,389 26 
i5.'968*88 



91.637.865 48 



9129,035 10 
242.315 95 
661.556 21 

69.681 75 
163,477 47 
185,339 19 

43,293 44 

49,060 63 

42.114 89 
130.700 98 

78.745 87 
849.562 61 

63.685 38 
555,803 62 

96,889 25 

69,718 58 
190,446 47 
126,715 28 
586,057 98 
206,103 81 
268.919 67 

71.613 10 
410.901 16 

62.284 90 
226,710 57 

92.193 90 
105,638 06 
133.037 96 
238.339 68 
441.503 62 

65,720 27 
269.175 73 
161.090 64 



930,470,983 53 



B 



92 



No. 15. 

Statement of the amount of State, County, City, Town, District 
and other local Taxes, charged on the tax books of 1889, in- 
cluding back taxes. 



Counties. 



State Tax. 



County Tax. 



City Tax. 



Town, Dis- 
trict and 
Local Taxes 



Registered 

Bond Fund 

Tax. 



Total Tax. 



Adams 

Alexander 

Bond 

Boone 

Brown 

Bureau 

Calhoun. 

Carroll 

Cass... 

Champaign..... 
Christian. 

Clay.!!! 

Clinton 

Coles 

Crawford 

Cumberland... 

DeKalb 

DeWitt 

Douglas 

DuPage 

Edgar 

Edwards 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Ford 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Gallatin 

Greene 

Grundy 

Hamilton 

Hancock 

Hardin 

Henderson..... 

Henry 

Iroquois 

Jackson 

Jasper 

Jefferson 

Jersey 

JoDaviess 

Johnson 

Kane 

Kanknkee 

Kendall 

Knox 

Lake 

LaSalle 

Lawrence 

Lee 

Livingston .... 

Logan 

Macon 

Macoupin 

Madison 

Marion 

Marshall 

Mason 

Massac 

McDonough.... 

MoHenry 

McLean 

Menard 

Mercor 

Monroe 

Montgomery .. 
Morgan. 



961,858 77 

8,286 82 
11,560 79 
13.552 53 

8,407 38 
41,775 28 

2.797 72 
18,859 88 
13,662 14 
39,856 37 
31,429 19 
11.571 89 

8,501 95 

18,117 87 

22.069 97 

838.239 25 

7,683 73 

6,861 11 
31.013 41 
16,438 57 
16,574 32 
20,769 71 
24,059 66 

5.965 21 
11,767 73 
15,275 44 
13,543 48 

5,035 68 
34.836 88 

5,894 97 
23.008 50 
18.970 40 

6,358 12 
31.714 14 

2,117 75 
11,501 85 
37,769 02 
33,155 98 
11,694 84 

7,832 06 

9.298 37 
14,736 37 
17.311 01 

6,688 63 
51,223 87 
20,250 30 
14,133 70 
42,864 92 
21,110 78 
71,248 65 

7.192 27 
28,492 67 
41,214 52 
32.898 37 
33,209 64 
40,599 09 
58,056 31 
13,847 97 
16.491 32 
17,578 13 

5.240 27 
28,236 16 
25,473 49 
72.511 36 
14,350 74 
22,318 58 
10,901 98 
31,446 04 
32,897 45 



994.625 21 

21.483 83 
11,152 08 

9.271 43 
14.379 82 
47.267 45 

5.503 18 
18.859 88 
30,432 79 
67.837 19 
31,082 51 
22,786 84 
16,735 88 

15.484 55 
40.571 60 

1,926,635 90 
10.158 10 
13.557 63 
24,496 39 

8,224 86 
16.547 40 
21.924 74 
47,509 22 

6,144 07 
14,245 00 
18,084 63 

7,845 11 

9,941 22 
59.527 17 
11,563 06 
29.691 63 
81,632 96 
12.546 87 
24,445 85 

4,141 24 
12,086 92 
41,739 07 
20,99131 
34,509 55 
13,501 27 
18.846 22 
21,663 67 
28,025 09 
10,767 93 
91,657 34 
32,418 94 

3,722 03 
37,244 25 
24,604 60 
113,715 90 
29,285 16 
40,058 97 
36,222 18 
33,404 72 
25,430 80 
38,248 50 
71,912 61 
19,998 92 
18,753 42 
52,413 24 
10,420 69 
40,871 82 
15,423 26 
62,850 64 
23.390 51 
14.715 28 
12,727 01 
32,015 (53 
64,932 12 



8100.526 29 
31.736 17 

6.588 99 
10,055 99 

3,338 13 
18,601 44 

12,168 56 

10.137 35 

34,201 19 

18,685 42 

5,842 20 

2.032 90 

1,262 93 

36.038 77 

6,429.084 71 

4,242 18 

2,603 61 

30.103 71 

17,448 29 

12,377 84 

12,888 03 

19,976 37 

2,884 43 

4,730 24 

5,075 75 

12,601 17 

1.229 30 

34,697 25 

3.354 53 

21.274 40 
7,582 51 
1.579 19 

18,913 03 

152 56 

408 11 

16,386 42 

13,025 78 

12,772 67 

1.653 59 

3,789 12 

3,968 83 

27,581 00 

1,491 30 

125,331 99 

21,633 52 

S.Sff 51 

97,947 57 

52,944 18 

106,362 03 

689 73 

18,784 43 

15.275 17 
39,456 52 
53,068 82 
21,876 07 
44.540 89 

6,664 48 
5,932 06 
9,042 83 
8,562 00 

40,390 36 
9,995 88 

95.637 77 
8.147 04 

10,070 92 
58 36 

19,375 42 

67,157 50 



$146,463 84 
26,946 17 
42,706 88 
49,061 10 
35,079 72 
168,073 38 
13.705 91 
74,788 74 
60,025 69 

207.689 96 
131,987 05 

58.313 99 
59,036 24 
47,029 88 

104,644 52 

3,119.808 96 

43.346 69 

41,372 86 

129.868 75 
75,894 00 
83,229 92 
96,600 45 

128,186 26 
21,512 14 
44,746 31 
65,451 80 
73.494 96 
23,000 65 

173.175 33 
30,701 77 
85,223 82 
80,961 77 
23,656 13 

120,131 17 
11.319 64 
41.832 09 

138.286 42 

156,237 26 
63,157 25 
45.245 69 
42,836 36 
43,161 20 
68,478 76 
33.879 28 

252,808 66 

124,600 73 
62.091 09 

105.010 56 
76,046 77 

360,621 31 
36.437 30 

113,479 14 

159.690 25 
122.725 89 
139,978 83 
136,017 84 
170,569 43 

59,243 79 
72.636 31 
96,351 59 
23,782 61 
91,442 14 
113.686 74 

269.176 70 
47,104 02 
90.167 28 
36,508 69 

109,196 50 
71,847 36 



$144,319 61 
32,578 97 



10.512 24 



10,463 28 
18,717 18 
15,572 64 
23,206 36 
5,692 11 



19.473 36 
6,195 75 

12.661 06 
1.518 41 



48.383 31 
9.930 00 

7.144 57 

228 65 

15.630 35 

1,567 53 
23,417 19 



1.356 92 

17.244 46 

1,129 34 



16 58 
24,630 68 



2,010 82 
6,868 28 

15,678 50 
465 70 

12.810 88 
9.771 03 
1,809 31 
7.040 64 

19.408 51 



13,315 99 



1.877 26 



21,689 93 



25,032 70 
26,555 19 
28,632 07 
24,93188 
123,936 62 
2,229 33 



893 52 
54,102 05 



4,956 79 



35,163 99 
2,210 03 
7,017 69 
9.073 80 
8,660 65 

18.598 50 



$637.702 72 
121.028 96 

71.998 74 
81.93106 
61.206 06 

286,229 79 
22.006 81 

124.677 0$ 
124,72126 
868,30189 
228,756 71 
121.72128 

91.999 08 
76.895 23 

221,796 22 

12.319,964 57 

78,091 76 

65,913 62 

215,48126 

166,399 03 

138,659 46 

152,172 93 

226,876 06 

36,754 60 

91,119 63 

105,455 15 

130,901 91 

39,206 85 

303,593 55 

68,758 78 

160,327 69 

139,147 66 

44,156 89 

219,734 87 

17,731 19 

67,839 79 

241.049 21 

239,068 83 

122.600 01 

81.043 49 

84.541 10 

85,359 38 

148.436 50 

72,225 65 

521.021 66 

212.219 47 

83.834 33 

284.944 56 

174.706 S3 

672.637 82 

75,504 46 

225,847 91 

278,957 31 

256,617 57 

276.619 97 

360.678 12 
342.308 57 

99,765 16 
114,706 63 
229,487 84 

48,005 57 
205,897 27 
164,579 87 
535,340 46 

95.202 34 
144,289 75 

69,269 84 
200,694 24 
255,432 93 



98 



B 



St&temen ^—Continued . 



CoumiBs. 



■* ■ 

Moultrie 

Ogle 

Peoria. 

Perry 

Piatt 

Pike 

Pope. 

Pulaski 

Putnam 

Randolph 

Rich and 

Book Island.... 

Saline 

Sangamon 

Schuyler 

Scott 

Shelby 

Stark' 

St Clair 

Stephenson.... 

Tazewell 

Union 

Vermilion 

Wabash 

Warren. 

Washington... 

Wayne 

WWte 

Whiteside 

Will 

Williamson 

Winnebago,.... 
Woodford. 

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State Tax. 



County Tax. 



City Tax. 



Town, Dis- 
trict and 
Local Taxes 



Registered 

Bond Fund 

Tax. 



Total Tax. 



112,812 42 

34,993 08 

53.465 17 

7.917 67 

18.793 56 

28,474 44 

5,084 85 

2,896 26 

5.704 26 

17.641 34 
7.152 17 

27.590 79 
6,648 96 
61,443 27 
12,426 82 
10,125 24 
24,844 90 
14.540 95 

66.642 05 
30,145 99 
32,256 28 

6.895 13 
42,047 86 

6.488 44 
27,028 44 
12.245 89 
10,600 87 
11.226 50 
30,283 20 
49.844 24 

7,062 75 
36.412 71 
22,256 84 



93,075,600 55 



916,201 08 
35,029 77 

140,688 44 
14,405 92 
16,758 84 
43,852 25 
13,799 16 
9,616 64 
9,150 92 
28,594 41 
14,071 91 
76,606 56 
17,297 71 
70.938 15 
10,487 90 
15,961 05 
25,927 96 
11,955 87 
69,767 22 
35,675 14 
41,688 44 
13,663 30 

71.822 40 
12.361 70 
88.860 51 
16.157 78 
20,93148 
18,929 94 
30,837 92 
74,743 41 
13,885 32 
49.829 78 

22.823 68 



95,048.138 42 



96.552 16 

7.961 89 

149,261 82 

3,605 61 

7,235 84 

8,454 02 

671 17 

2,939 06 

252 53 

13,906 73 

7.616 68 

107,644 22 

427 48 

152,214 67 

2,860 11 

2,359 64 

11,333 81 

6,432 98 

113,198 19 

36,173 91 

42,756 77 

5,271 92 

44,458 61 

4,244 27 

25,978 53 

1,519 45 

3,779 16 

9,601 77 

35,134 16 

55,723 42 

748 81 

127,144 30 

8,868 13 



98,902,08611 



957,108 59 

146,089 39 

259,188 56 

36,143 70 

95,142 18 

113,033 36 

21.876 27 

20,215 06 

34,946 17 

60,227 31 

43.811 16 

156,375 54 

80,718 96 

166.660 56 

60.401 69 

33,713 75 

116,509 10 

57,307 88 

227,672 30 

121,484 61 

115,196 80 

34,722 97 

213.155 34 

25,198 55 

108,834 71 

42,907 73 

49,858 25 

74.964 34 

128,847 29 

244,269 78 

35.327 04 

81.979 

84,693 



812,860,093 06 



921,428 41 
10,613 07 
25,645 39 



34.558 74 
17,220 92 



5,940 91 



2.483 76 
12,561 96 



14,800 42 

71,280 33 

3.900 68 



16,297 96 
18,248 34 
56,678 46 



89,08183 
6,446 50 
34.929 26 
14.537 53 
19,018 02 
22,835 74 
15,480 23 
20.729 81 
1,301 89 



8,358 28 



4,404 92 



91,435,025 44 



9114.102 66 
233,637 20 
628,249 38 

62,072 80 
172,489 15 
211,034 99 

41,33144 

41,607 92 

50,063 88 
122.855 55 

85,212 88 
367,217 11 

69,888 60 
522,536 97 

80,077 20 

62,159 68 
194.913 70 
108,486 02 
533,858 22 
223,479 65 
270,980 12 

66,999 82 
406.413 47 

62.830 49 
269,740 21 

95,666 59 
100,649 99 
135,452 36 
226,404 46 
424.580 85 

65.382 20 
295,366 40 
143.046 83 



930,820,943 67 



B, 94 

No. 16. 

Statement showing the per cent, of State Tax on real property, 
forfeited to the State and on personal property delinquent in 
the several Counties for the vears 1870, 1875, 1880, 1881, 
1882, 1888, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888 and 1889, re- 
spectively, exclusive of back taxes. 



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Statement showing the Average Rate of Taxation in the several 
Counties for the years 1882 to 1889 , inclusive. Compiled from 
the returns received from the various County Clerks, of the 
total amount of all taxes charged upon the tax books for 
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258 


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5 57 


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3 94 


3 61 


3 94 


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255 


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3 60 


4 21 


372 


394 


8 47 


332 


3 14 


309 


222 


2 39 


258 


277 


323 


3 50 


353 


3 59 


255 


2 14 


2 52 


236 


293 


268 


2 66 


2 94 


299 


2 48 


2 76 


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358 


3 48 


354 


363 


5 07 


3 41 


382 


3 18 


3 14 


3 13 


3 14 


3 19 


632 


6 68 


658 


625 


253 


2 61 


267 


2 51 


289 


2 81 


303 


2 91 


3 88 


3 52 


4 09 


272 


2 52 


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2 59 


2 62 


296 


2 78 


2 52 


2 87 


4 93 


2 24 


256 


226 


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2 70 


2 81 


2 87 


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4 28 


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2 74 


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2 17 


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5 71 


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5 41 


3 42 


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4 03 


4 21 


2 59 


2 44 


3 03 


2 55 


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2 69 


2 68 


263 


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294 


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3 43 


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4 78 


4 69 


4 73 


2 84 


299 


2 82 


273 


3 74 


3 54 


3 56 


3 25 


366 


332 


373 


322 


3 13 


3 11 


3 48 


3 81 


300 


298 


3 19 


2 86 


2 68 


2 96 


3 01 


295 


288 


2 85 


2 76 


2 59 


4 70 


4 91 


5 45 


6 30 


3 57 


369 


373 


4 23 


2 49 


232 


2 65 


2 62 


2 46 


2 42 


268 


256 



S3 99 

5 88 
2 39 
230 



2 
2 
3 
2 
3 
3 
3 
4 
4 
2 
3 
5 
3 
3 
2 
3 
3 



79 
61 
05 
52 
51 
55 
21 
01 
17 
23 
84 
60 
86 
66 
64 
85 
19 
2 79 
358 
233 
2 94 
264 
368 
297 
334 
455 
279 
281 
266 

2 64 

3 22 
2 25 
2 43 
2 75 

4 09 
4 23 
355 

2 37 

3 27 
528 
387 

4 09 
225 



2 
3 
3 
3 
3 



3 
3 
2 
2 
2 



53 
20 
74 
99 
10 

2 62 
320 

18 
68- 
82 
75 
65 
6 91 

3 74 
277 
246 



B 



100 



{Statement— Continued . 



Counties. 


Av. rate on the 
8100 for the 
year 1882 .... 


Av. rate on the 
1100 for the 
year 1883 .... 


Av. rate on the 
SlOO for the 
year 1884t... 


Av. rate on the 
8100 for the 
> ear 1885 .... 


Av. rate on the 
SlOO for the 
year 1886 


Av. rate on the 
SlOO for the 
year 1887 .... 


Av. rate on the 
S100 for the 
year 1888 .... 


Av. rate on the 
SlOO for the 
year 1889 .... 


Mol 
Men 
Mer 
Moo 
Mod 
Mor 
Mou 
Ofld( 
Peoi 
Pen 
Piat 
Pik< 
Pop 
Pull 
Put] 
Ban 
Biol 
Boo 
Sail 
flan 
Sohi 
Soot 
She 

StAT 


oer 


12 49 
262 
224 
264 
212 
324 
271 
228 
393 
327 
253 
229 
3 76 

10 34 
2 3(1 
375 
343 
430 
482 
299 
244 
207 
258 
2 63 
255 

2 40 
297 

3 24 
285 
404 
238 
2 17 
881 

•3 60 
244 
265 
302 
300 
1 97 


94 75 
281 
250 
2 53 
226 
246 
5 13 

2 28 
4 42 

3 16 
267 

2 49 
373 
633 
254 
322 

4 17 
436 

3 18 
834 
232 
233 

2 61 
293 
253 
224 
299 
283 
333 

4 18 
257 
250 

3 04 

4 04 

2 69 

3 14 
278 
266 
228 


92 82 

2 46 
269 
258 
250 

2 59 
5 43 
230 
4 51 
322 
296 
267 
309 
4 95 
232 
385 
426 
442 

3 42 
828 
2 48 
208 
309 
319 

2 61 
263 
313 
322 

3 39 
440 
268 
232 
8 69 

4 21 
266 
3 13 
293 
267 
2 45 


82 90 
240 
263 
266 
256 
260 
513 
283 
4 51 
304 
296 

2 74 
325 
543 
245 
323 
4 19 
4 61 

3 42 
338 
264 
2 12 
286 
315 
2 71 

2 91 
333 
8 21 

3 41 
477 
280 

2 61 
328 
456 
275 

3 16 
3 14 
304 
253 


82 81 
2 41 
2 41 
260 
261 
258 
506 
2 51 
456 
309 
297 

2 99 

3 16 
583 
238 
283 
3 71 
469 
3 13 
3 31 
258 
252 

2 94 

3 10 
300 
279 
3 47 
328 
325 
329 
2 72 
238 
325 
468 
273 
2 81 
362 
287 
2 49 


S3 06 
280 
259 
289 
258 
297 
373 

2 75 
467 
309 
356 
258 
362 
555 
309 
335 
442 
504 

3 76 
336 
290 

2 59 
328 
337 

3 47 
287 
3 18 

3 49 
358 
355 
299 
2 76 
362 

4 91 
299 
325 
8 78 
335 
2 74 


S3 02 
261 
253 
271 
250 
306 
390 
258 
480 

2 74 
328 
266 
357 
6 12 
275 
278 
395 
466 
394 

3 47 

2 91 
265 
329 
356 

3 67 
269 
335 
3 74 
360 
365 
320 
260 
3 47 
502 
802 
347 
371 
287 
269 


82 81 
253 
2 49/ 




269 


ittTomery ... 

Strie 

ria 


269 
295 
388 
254 
4 47 


ry 


803 


t..::::: 

3 , 


361 
296 


e 


359 


iskl 


551 
334 


lland 

k Island.... 


288 

5^3 
4 06 


* 


325 
258 
283 


Iby 


3 02 


J k.:::. ...... 


306 


St. < 
Stei 
Taz 
Uni 
Ven 
Wal 
Wai 
Ww 
Wai 


31air 

>henson. .... 

ihlngton.... 
irne 


342 
288 
329 
372 
368 
400 
379 
306 
3 61 


Wh 


te ::::::.... 


4 89 


Whi 

wn 




288 
3 24 


Will 

WiB 

Wo< 




355 
308 
2 47 


St 


ate average 


83 18 


88 48 


83 46 


83 69 


S3 23 


S3 41 


S3 38 


S3 34 



101 



B, 



No. 19. — Statement of Property Assessed for the year 1889, 
in the several counties, as returned to the Auditors office. 



H 

m 

M 

3 



Counties. 



Horses. 



Cattle. 



Mules and Abbes. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av, 



8 



•Cook. 



Boone.... 
DeKalb .. 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry 



Carroll 

JoDaviess. 
Ogle. 



Stephenson . . .% 
Winnebago . . . 



Bureau ... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



DuPage.. 
Grundy.. 
Kendall.. 
LaSalie.. 
Will 



9 Ford .... 
Iroquois 
Kankakee. 



Livingston 
Marshall... 
Woodford . 



10 Fulton 
Knox.. 
Peoria 
Stark.. 



11 



Hancock 

Henderson 

MoDonough.... 

Mercer 

Bock Island... 

Schuyler 

Warren 



12 Adams.. 
Brown . . 
Calhoun 
lass .... 
Greene. . 
Jersey... 

Pike 

Scott.... 



18 Christian.. 

Mason 

Menard .... 
Morgan . . . 
Sangamon 
Tazewell.., 



14 



DeWitt. 
Logan. . 
Macon . 
McLean 
Piatt... 



35,041 



7.084 
16.284 
13.925 

7,239 
15,161 

10,628 
9.807 
19.529 
12,737 
12,235 

21,836 
19,146 
13,454 

3,719 
14.726 

6.617 

8.513 

7,575 

28,469 

17,423 

8.122 
23,795 

8,279 
25.812 

8,003 
12.526 

18.822 

19.584 

14.872 

7,917 

18.413 
6.202 

16.389 

13,587 
9,366 
8,290 

14.547 

13,984 
5.091 
1.978 
5.139 
9,203 
5,011 

12.194 
4,744 

14,726 

4,829 

4,858 

7.082 

22.511 

12.863 

9.697 
13,052 
14,512 
33,638 
10.146 



11,120. 461 



171,314 
399,538 
879.287 
185,238 
402,704 



83196 



24 36 

24 61 
27 24 

25 59 

26 56 



232,897 21 91 

260.484 

463,492 
857.053 
333,351 



542,612 
474,281 
304,799 
85, 160 
354,596 

175.079 
182.460 
186.047 
720.138 
432.895 

227,762 

586,957 

210.562. 

635.143 

206,936 

825.170 

460.440 
429,340 
&56.163 
203.224 

421,795 
159.125 
387,81)7 
343.461 
194,997 
212.302 
310,061 

399.158 
133,927 
61,115 
142,457 
202.284 
124,719 
268.935 
138,690 

322,211 
164,721 
202.190 
320,789 
514,959 
338,923 

236.971 
321.029 
364.694 
726.628 
217,56ft 



26 56 

23 73 
28 03 

27 25 

25 43 

24 77 
22 65 

22 90 
24 08 

26 46 
21 43 

24 82 

25 30 
24 85 

28 04 

24 67 

25 43 

24 61 

25 86 
25 96 

24 46 

21 92 

23 95 

25 67 

22 91 
25 66 

23 66 
25 28 

20 82 

25 61 

21 32 

28 54 

26 31 
30 89 

27 72 

21 98 

24 89 

22 05 

29 23 

21 88 
34 11 
41 62 
45 30 

22 88 
26 35 

24 44 

24 60 

25 14 
21 60 
21 44 



37,646 



20,255 
43.528 
47,815 
23.459 
55.468 

33.442 
37,259 
53,175 
40,228 
33,290 

50.231 
51,386 
38.335 
7,035 
43.274 

22.082 
18,747 
17.651 
52,668 
96,733 

15,772 
55.451 
18,291 
44,691 
15,685 
22,677 

45,594 
45.682 
50,766 
15.776 

47.868 
18.206 
41.650 
36.744 
25.195 
21.254 
30.478 

34,775 
13,»54 
4.255 
14.198 
27,513 
11,542 
33,292 
11,418 

39,410 
9,309 
12,591 
20,298 
52.243 
26.075 

20,370 
25,767 
27,192 
61,394 
20,214 



8279,173 



156,806 
324,978 
368.361 
207,685 
436.409 

186.767 
242,223 
814.115 
197,830 
203,481 

310,192 
318.122, 
204.842 
36.580 
314,755 

197.839 
106.602 
110,873 
423.879 
224,636 

87.575 
315.015 
147,067 
237.716 

94.681 
138,547 

295.480 
339.825 
361,508 
102.168 

273.166 
114,599 
241,775 
224,066 
115.518 
159,112 
189,454 

230.781 
90.338 
35,250 

180,992 

180.577 
87,839 

195,681 
98.070 

257,1,35 
71.757 
185. >35 
419.946 
440.874 
188.883 

112.011 
194.333 
186.93*> 
303.653 
122.275 



87 42 



7 74 
7 47 

7 78 

8 86 
787 

558 
6 50 



5 
4 



91 
92 



6 11 



18 
19 
34 
20 
27 



894 

5 69 
628 
8 05 

6 12 



5 
5 



55 
68 



8 04 
532 
6 04 
6 11 



6 48 

7 44 
12 
48 



7 
6 



571 
629 

5 80 

6 10 
4 59 

7 49 
622 

664 
6 92 
828 
923 
656 
61 
88 



7 
5 
859 



6 
7 



52 
71 



14 72 

20 69 

844 

725 



50 
54 
87 
95 
05 



396 



27 

206 

298 

43 

92 

223 
164 
195 
331 

164 

604 
555 

190 
103 
235 

129 
304 
147 
700 
475 

649 
1,108 
196 
914 
168 
271 

585 
539 
579 
129 

1,057 
212 
619 
491 
365 
356 
383 

2.447 
461 
605 
544 

l,i»70 
556 

1,821 
350 

2.299 

1,276 

383 

635 

2.351 

679 

589 
1,282 
1,731 
1.652 
1.220 



88.899 



645 
5,497 
7,396 

860 
2,508 

4.872 
4.283 
4,672 
8,925 
4,325 

14,567 

13,793 

4,062 

2,135 

5,028 

3,105 

5,432 

3,995 

16,005 

11,343 

16.023 

24.640 

4,990 

21.818 

8.869 

6,609 



€22 36 



23 89 

26 68 

24 82 
20 00 

27 26 

2185 
26 12 

23 96 
26 96 

26 37 

24 12 
24 85 
2138 

20 73 

21 14 

24 07 
17 87 

27 18 

22 86 

23 88 

24 69 

22 15 

25 46 

23 87 

23 03 

24 39 



12.414 21 22 
12,310 22 84 
12.160 21 00 



3,059 

24,588 
5,035 



23 71 

23 26 
23 75 



13,869 22 41 



12.011 
8,115 
9,526 
8,956 

72,430 
11.533 
20,520 

14, as 

22.585 
18.704 
43,542 
10,230 

61.931 
37,985 
14,985 
80,1% 
50,752 
16.269 

18.470 
31.999 
43.047 
32.528 
27.101 



24 46 

22 23 

26 76 

23 38 

29 60 

25 02 
33 92 

27 45 

21 11 

24 66 

23 87 
29 23 

22 68 
29 75 
39 13 
47 41 

21 59 

23 9« 

22 87 

24 91 

24 87 
20 96 
22 21 



B 



102 



Statement — Continued. 



00 

H 

R 

O 
H 

OB 



Counties. 



Hobses. 



Cattle. 



Mules and Asses. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion 

Clay..... 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland.... 

Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery .. 

Moultrie 

8helby 

Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

8t Clair 

Washington... 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton. 

Hardin 

Jefferson. 

Marion 

Saline 

White 

Alexander 

Jackson 

Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph. 

Union 

Williamson .... 

Grand Agg. 



22,999 
10,840 
10,236 
12,346 
22,393 

5.999 
5,929 
5,650 
4,9(18 
8,827 
6,482 
5,613 
4.245 
6,511 
2,533 

5,398 
10,878 
16,475 
14,757 

7,603 
16,751 

6,685 
9,852 
2.615 
8,575 
6,005 

5.091 
4,667 
2,990 
6,182 
1,385 
6,716 
7,272 
5,128 
6,356 

1.896 
4,855 
3,052 
1,685 
8,467 
3.413 
1.566 
6,6.8 
4,818 
4,640 



1055,474 



8513,345 
279,737 
219,001 
288.810 
472,680 

109.798 

113,527 
97,213 
95.351 
88.628 

119,848 
97,073 
83.904 

13 1. 325 
72.601 

133,563 
201,840 
288,882 
343,433 
151.419 
855,802 

180.446 
253,310 
74,477 
215,186 
133,287 

119,119 

89,838 

69.900 

116,278 

48,7-48 

130,(131 

154,750 

110,275 

117,453 

32,371 

99,253 

80,459 

47,282 

94,970 

105.961 

85,626 

143.986 

118,755 

132,410 



822 92 

25 81 
21 40 

23 40 
21 11 

18 30 

19 15 

17 21 
19 43 

26 64 

18 63 
17 29 

19 76 

20 63 
28 66 

24 77 

19 46 

17 53 
23 27 

20 18 

21 24 

19 51 

27 09 

28 48 

25 09 

22 20 

23 40 
19 25 
23 38 
In 81 
35 20 

19 36 

21 28 
2150 

18 48 

23 19 

20 44 

26 36 
28 06 

27 39 
31 05 

22 75 

21 76 

23 61 

28 54 



41,153 
24.951 
21.025 
81.230 
48.906 

13,210 
14,042 
12.259 
12,236 

7,821 
15,297 
12.051 

9,458 
18,232 

5.945 

10,829 
20.253 

38,80s 

29.982 
14.710 
43,593 

11,078 
16.221) 

3.611 
13,055 

9.510 

9,413 
8,904 
5,827 

13.389 
4,070 

13,502 

14,043 
9,328 

17.167 

4,233 

11.110 

7,686 

4.767 

6,873 

8.808 

3,284 

12,430 

10,145! 

8,917 



825,549,040 824 21*2448,262 



$288,378, 
199,847 
127.006 
231.652 
283.931 

57.036 
68,130 
59.662 
54.328 
45,7*2 
68.395 
55,341 
38.585 
76,796 
39,615 

72,945 
103,515 
256,288 
194,499 

88,954 
198,713 

66.552 
137.525 
33,050 
89,818 
61,754 

62,458 
44,018 
38,660 
70,895 
35,454 
65,983 
92,053 
44,717 
61.802 

25,800 
63,630 
43,644 
32.709 
63,526 
54,366 
25,871 
62.021 
54,580 
62,037 



$7 01 
8 01 

6 04 

7 42 
6 47 



32 

85 
87 
44 
85 
47 
59 
08 
21 



666 



6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
4 



74 
11 
60 
49 
05 
56 



6 01 

8 47 

9 15 
6 88 
6 49 

664 
4 94 
668 
530 
8 71 
4 89 
6 56 
4 79 
3 60 



816,137.936 



09 
73 
68 
6 86 
9 24 
17 
88 
99 
38 
96 



6 
5 

5 



6 
7 
4 
5 
6 



86 59 



2,077 
1,864 
1,267 
1,130 
1.329 

810 
732 
396 
857 
698 
908 

535 

1,251 

605 

665 

999 

1,624 

1,692 

766 

1.385 

673 
8,675 
2,052 
4,964 
1,896 

1.632 
1,507 
1.231 
1,283 
686 
1,624] 
1,323 
1,449 
2,239 

1,035 
2,095 
1.413 

1,546 
838 
1,455 
662 
1,948 
1,7!>6 
1,928 



98,245 



$46,823 
82,717 
28.447 
25,301 
27,800 

15,886 

13.588 

6,707 

16.087 

X", i*00 

18,780 
12,819 
10,649 
24,242 
17,145 

17,145 
20.563 
27.225 
41.015 
15.830 
28,173 

13,568 
115.098 

62,110 
131.167 

83.732 

41,707 
29.764 
30,910 
25,599 
25.817 
30,014 
27,667 
32.488 
44,666 

26,588 
45,1*86 
48,319 
45,633 
21,167 
49.107 
18,533 
43.33K 
48.203 
58,586 



€22 54 

21 99 

22 46 
22 89 
20 92 

19 61 
18 56 
16 94 

18 77 
28 64 

20 68 

19 84 
19 09 

19 88 

28 34 

25 78 

20 58 
16 76 
24 24 
20 01 
20 84 

20 16 
31 32 
80 27 

26 48 

24 18 

25 56 
19 75 
25 11 

19 95 
37 68 

18 48 

20 91 
22 39 

19 95 

25 69 
2195 
30 66 

29 52 

25 26 
33 75 

27 99 
22 25 

26 84 

30 39 



$2,402,920,984 46 



103 



B 



Statement — Continued . 



OB 

i 



COUUTIES. 



Sheep. 



Hogs. 



Steam Engines, in- 
cluding Boilebs. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



IS 



14 



►Cook 



Boone 

DeKalb.., 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry. 



Carroll 

JoDaviess.... 

Ogle 

Stephenson... 
Winnebago... 

Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Whiteside.... 



DuPage 
GrumiF . 
Kendall. 
La8alle. 
Will 



Ford 

Iroquois 

Kankakee 

Livingston.... 

Marshall 

Woodford..... 



Fulton 
Knox . 
Peoria 
Stark. 



Hancock 

Henderson . 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Bock Island. 
Schuyler .... 
Warren 



Adams.. 
Brown... 
Calhoun 
Cass .... 
Greene.. 
Jerney .. 
Pike .... 
Scott.... 



Christian 

Mason 

Menard 

Morgan 

Sangamon.... 
Tazewell .%... 



DeWitt . 
Logan .. 
Macon .. 
McLean 
Piatt.... 



1.622 



4.416 

2.882 

5,846 

24.415 

14.461 

1.626 
5.266 
8.467 
4.475 
5,729 

5,533 
5.333 
2,440 
1.711 
4.122 

1,722 
1,331 
4,061 
7.433 
2,738 

2.035 

4.918 
2,116 
4,600 
2.652 
2,589 

15,084 
4,385 
4,349 
3,998 

4,458 
1,244 
4,207 
2,454 
1.6419 
3,229 
2,418 

10,211 

6 k 534 

887 

893 

6.963 

2,331 

13,242 

2,247 

11,813 

289 

3,915 

6.812 

14,443 
7,417 

9,472 
4.826 
3,620 
21,397 
2,449 



11,551 


€0 96 


4.423 


1 00 


2,898 


1 00 


5.816 


100 


22,356 


92 


14.500 


1 00 


1.477 


01 


5.272 


100 


3.442 


99 


4.475 


1 00 


5,735 


100 


6.337 


1 15 


5.327 


1 00 


2,266 


93 


1,700 


99 


4,044 


96 


1,885 


107 


1.310 


98 


4,012 


99 


8.014 


108 


2,733 


100 


2,244 


110 


4,677 


95 


2,120 


1 00 


4,758 


1 06 


2.590 


96 


2.619 


101 


15,569 


1 03 


4,450 


101 


4.294 


99 


4.894 


1 24 


4.070 


91 


1.246 


1 00 


3.888 


92 


2,514 


1 02 


1.617 


1 00 


3.333 


103 


2.413 


1 00 


10,392 


1 02 


5,616 


1 01 


890 


1 06 


928 


1 04 


6.912 


99 


2,593 


1 11 


12.051 


91 


2.755 


123 


11.954 


101 


299 


1 03 


6,350 


1 62 


10,886 


1 60 


14,722 


1 02 


7,460 


1 01 


9.055 


96 


6,746 


1 40 


3,750 


1 04 


17,232 


81 


2,434 


99 



9,674 



10,860 
38,548 
19,667 
8,129 
19,133 

26,96t 
27,999 
39,565 
35,427 
19,627 

45,512 
38,575 
22.891 
7,151 
26,902 

10,002 
11,648 
14,402 
41.167 
16,484 

15,134 
41.820 
9,530 
37,835 
18,384 
25,192 

55.304 
38,194 
29,368 
16,064 

36,524 
17,391 
37.780 
36,175 
18,554 
&i,811 
30,013 

38,889 
14,885 
7.197 
11,214 
21,483 
16,322 
35,3 '4 
13,414 

33,590 
12,192 
14,746 
21,701 
49.254 
24,224 

25,082 
28,151 
31.015 
67.266 
18,323 



911.202 



21,662 
62,634 
30,687 
11,773 
37.237 

38,243 
42,699 
67,797 
44.631 
27,448 

81.924 
56,227 
36,547 
9.865 
47.136 

12.566 
15,819 
21.752 
67.123 
19,128 

29,302 
68,637 
15,911 
66,472 
27,517 
41.757 

77,443 
71,867 
45.980 
32,148 

54,864 
30,455 
64,417 
59,875 
23.222 
33,679 
47,277 

46,370 
21,948 
13,155 
18.791 
31.182 
26.752 
47.590 
33,639 

49,792 
21,114 
41,700 
65,603 
91,894 
34,356 



39,217 
53,579 
57.482 
101.156 
32,977 



SI 16 


592 


200 


37 


137 


41 


1 56 


140 


1 45 


43 


1 95 


69 


I 42 


17 


1 53 


85 


171 


52 


1 26 


61 


1 41 


77 


180 


121 


1 46 


86 


1 60 


31 


1 88 


18 


1 75 


66 


1 26 


38 


136 


59 


151 


39 


163 


188 


116 


172 


1 94 


56 


1 64 


124 


1 67 


51 


1 76 


93 


150 


43 


1 66 


58 


1 40 


146 


1 88 


89 


1 67 


163 


200 


35 


150 


81 


175 


8 


1 71 


109 


1 65 


47 


1 25 


97 


1 39 


71 


1 58 


28 


1 19 


204 


1 47 


49 


1 83 


18 


1 68 


26 


1 27 


59 


1 64 


43 


1 35 


65 


250 


22 


1 48 


117 


1 73 


51 


283 


21 


3 02 


16 


1 87 


225 


1 42 


69 


1 56 


42 


1 90 


84 


1 85 


144 


1 50 


175 


1 80 


61 



©03,232 



2,350 
7.415 
26,757 
3,647 
5,618 

1,214 
5,490 
5.328 
8.764 
13,938 

21,326 

10,435 

3,178 

1,665 

6.6G7 

3,736 

9.430 

3.83« 

42.300 

59.185 

4,673 
12.495 

4,758 
13.278 

6,588 

6,056 

17,385 

13.284 

14,408 

J, 377 

9.526 
1.075 

10,203 
6,219 

30,026 
9.246 
2.348 

35,373 

3,800 
4,325 
2.940 
5,046 
6,080 
6,180 
2.680 



13,099 

4,508 

3,725 

7,695 

45.226 

17,006 



3,610 
ll,2-i9! 
25.285 
16,857! 

5, 613 1 



$343 80 



63 51 

180 85 

19112 

84 81 

8142 

71 41 
156 86 
102 13 

148 28 
18101 

176 25 
122 05 
102 52 

92 50 
10102 

98 29 
159 83 

98 21 
225 00 
344 10 

83 46 
100 77 

93 20 

142 77 

128 79 
104 41 

119 07 

149 26 
88 39 
67 91 

117 60 
134 38 
98 61 
132 96 
309 55 

129 54 
83 86 

173 40 

77 55 

240 28 

113 08 

86 01 

143 06 
95 08 

121 82 

111 96 
88 29 

177 38 
480 94 
2ul 00 
248 27 

86 99 

134 04 

175 59 

93 73 

92 * 



B 



104 



St atement — Continued . 



Q 

oa 



Counties. 



Sheep. 



Ho as. 



Steam Engines, in- 
cluding Boilers. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Champaign. . . 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion..... 

Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland.. 

E (wards 

Jasper 

Lawrence .... 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 

Effingham.... 

Fayette 

Macoupin .... 
Montgomery . 

Moultrie 

Shelby 

Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St Clair 

Washington.. 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Saline 

White 

Alexander.... 

Jackson* 

Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Union 

Williamson... 

Grand Agg. 



7,096 

6,825 

5,747 

14,345 

15,187 

4,467 
7,827 
8,175 
2,524 
6,071 
5,272 
4,271 
6.175 
8.547 
2,932 

3.209 

8.556 

16.067 

12,646 

8,238 

15,540 

6,888 
5,058 
1,255 
3,068 
3,239 

4.064 
2,316 
1,111 
4.951 
1,454 
5,242 
5,599 
3,435 
3,359 

• 805 
2,091 
3,226 

606 
1,935 
4,537 

831 
8.674 
3,000 
4,392 



$6,896 

6,958 

5.671 

13,828 

13,811 

3.539 
6,634 
6,886 
2,021 
6,761 
4,446 
4,023 
4,618 
6.106 
3,102 

3,206 

7,171 

16,589 

12,208 

3,263 

14,065 

6,675 
5,754 
1,250 
3,000 
3,161 

3.341 
2,205 
1,305 
3,326 
1,546 
3,992 
5,626 
3.131 
2,800 

684 
1,978 
3,177 

606 
2.049 
4,468 

786 
3.420 
2.840 
5,478 



546,496 



$534,241 



$0 97 


42,120 


1 02 


26,043 


99 


21,587 


97 


26.994 


91 


42,357 


79 


10,604 


85 


15,750 


84 


10,851 


80 


11.798 


111 


8,214 


84 


11,411 


94 


11,754 


75 


8.468 


71 


14,352 


1 06 


8,437 


1 00 


11,002 


84 


18,649 


1 03 


33,944 


97 


29,680 


1 01 


15.059 


91 


35,321 


97 


9.703 


1 14 


22.737 


1 00 


7,188 


98 


17,369 


98 


8,518 


82 


8,142 


95 


10,813 


117 


9,642 


67 


18.085 


1 06 


7,009 


76 


13,688 


100 


9,930 


91 


16,975 


83 


24,229 


85 


4,339 


95 


15,163 


96 


11,988 


1 00 


6,380 


1 06 


5,919 


98 


13,441 


95 


4,063 


93 


15,166 


95 


16,189 


1 25 


16,279 


$0 98 


2.(72.322 



$70,078 
53,693 
34,111 
38,871 
62,786 

10,497 
15,502 
10,084 
10,905 
14.761 
12.264 
12.426 
6.880 
14,090 
12.584 

15,487 
20,042 
41,855 
47,805 
22.268 
53,280 

15,500 
35,672 

9,960 
27,525 

8,771 

10,847 
10,575 
11.070 
14,285 
8,479 
13,705 
15,729 
20,160 
21.936 

4.058 
14,517 
12.528 

6,322 

7,396 
18,697 

4.251 
15,179 
15,455 
23.451 



$3,294,587 



$1 66 


147 


206 


85 


1 58 


55 


1 44 


88 


1 48 


145 


99 


60 


98 


61 


93 


45 


92 


46 


1 80 


31 


1 07 


68 


1 06 


40 


81 


52 


98 


56 


1 49 


28 


141 


38 


1 07 


76 


1 23 


156 


1 61 


105 


1 48 


56 


1 51 


99 


1 60 


51 


1 57 


270 


139 


63 


1 58 


304 


1 03 


92 


133 


60 


98 


37 


1 15 


41 


79 


34 


121 


17 


1 00 


32 


1 58 


46 


1 19 


56 


91 


69 


94 


46 


96 


105 


1 05 


35 


99 


45 


125 


44 


1 02 


19 


1 05 


19 


1 00 


97 


91 


62 


1 44 


35 


$152 


7,983 



$15,024 

11.436 

5,857 

7,901 

20,289 

4,597 
3,817 
3,621 
3,062 
3,370 
5,352 
3,978 

5,7m 

6,511 
3,000 

3.695 
7,489 
20,404 
11.814 
5,370 
8,719 

3,605 
25,288 

6,830 
74.A88 

6,964 

4,512 
2.716 
5,680 
4,637 
4,180 
2,866 
8,447 
7,105 
3,809 

8,330 
18,646 
7,490 
9,155 
4.809 
4,276 
6,410 
10,468 
9.122 
7,775 



$102 20 
134 54 

106 50 
95 20 

140 40 

77 26 
62 57 
80 47 
66 57 

110 49 

78 71 
99 45 

109 24 
117 31 

107 14 

97 24 

99 19 

131 22 

113 24 

95 89 

88 07 

70 69 
93 66 

108 41 
246 67 

75 70 

75 83 

73 41 
138 54 
136 38 
245 88 

89 56 

74 93 
126 88 

55 20 

181 09 

177.28 
214 00 
203 44 

110 55 
225 05 
337 37 
107 92 
147 13 
222 14 



$1,232,348 $154 37 



105 



B 



Statemen t— Continued . 



s 



COUNTIES. 



FlBB AND BUBGLAB- 

Peoof Safes. 



Bllliabd, Pigeon- 
hole, etc., Tables. 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



Value. 



iv. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



Boone.... 
DeKalb .. 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry 



BlDuPaee. 
Grundy, 
Kendall , 
LaSalle 
Will.... 



9 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



• Cook 



Carroll 

JoDaviess 

Ogle. 

Stephenson — 
Winnebago — 



Bureau ... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



Ford 

Iroquois 

Kankakee 

Livingston 

Marshall 

Woodford 



Fulton 
Knox. . 
Peoria 
Stark.. 



Hancock 

Henderson. 

MoDonougn... 

Mercer 

Rock Island... 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams.. 
Brown . . 
Calhoun 

Cass 

Greene. . 
Jersey . . 

Pike 

8oott.... 



Christian ... 

Mason 

Menard , 

Morgan 

Sang.mon.. 
Tazewell 



Be Witt.. 
Logan... 
Macon... 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



503 


915,092 


930 00 


441 


s 

910,688 


924 24 


26,289 


9642,813 


64 


985 


15 39 


17 


520 


30 59 


2,608 


/ 22, 910 


101 


2,455 


24 31 


37 


890 


24 05 


4,750 


1 61,180 


414 


9,520 


23 00 


70 


2,011 


28 73 


7,196 


82.312 


14 


194 


13 86 


22 


493 


22 41 


3,305 


31.521 


94 


2,965 


3154 


24 


693 


28 87 


5,739 


59,005 


51 


969 


19 00 


31 


710 


22 90 


8,491 


31,525 


113 


2,708 


23 96 


22 


320 


14 55 


3.580 


32,805 


142 


3,162 


22 27 


42 


685 


16 31 


6.652 


56.233 


132 


2,568 


19 45 


26 


515 


19 81 


5,462 


53,759 


113 


2,793 


24 72 


51 


2,225 


43 63 


5,249 


65,800 


148 


3.292 


22 24 


52 


863 


16 60 


6,221 


60.666 


89 


2,490 


27 98 


32 


850 


26 56 


6,219 


58.477 


75 


1.915 


25 53 


22 


538 


24 45 


4,914 


42.211 
6,480 


4 


368 


92 00 


4 


45 


11 25 


852 


107 


2,054 


19 20 


27 


791 


29 30 


5,419 


47,358 


32 


1.150 


35 94 


23 


420 


18 26 


3.323 


42.392 


91 


1,381 


15 18 


29 


390 


13 45 


2,687 


19,788 


29 


1.262 


43 52 


15 


345 


23 00 


2,520 


26,175 


347 


7.241 


20 87 


101 


2,035 


20 15 


9.520 


101,260 


200 


4.957 


24 79 


37 


640 


17 30 


7,551 


76,659 


73 


1.308 


17 92 


7 


140 


20 00 


2.980 


22.014 


119 


2.506 


21 03 


20 


406 


20 30 


7,387 


53,913 


102 


1,962 


19 24 


47 


1,085 


23 09 


2.463 


27,174 


145 


2.713 


18 71 


28 


570 


20 36 


8,219 


59,069 


70 


1,450 


20 71 


15 


315 


21 00 


2,660 


26,715 


82 


1,751 


2135 


15 


188 


12 53 


4,341 


35,172 


150 


3.501 


23 34 


4 


65 


16 25 


6,621 


59,952 


134 


6.115 


45 63 


31 


885 


28 55 


4,524 


57,943 


347 


8,652 


24 93 


62 


1,565 


25 24 


5,990 


74.800 


27 


1.227 


45 44 


1 


25 


25 00 


2,361 


19,052 


76 


2.227 


29 30 


15 


358 


23 87 


6,129 


45.305 


9 


240 


26 67 


3 


30 


10 00 


1.346 


13,115 


88 


2,857 


32 47 


30 


925 


30 83 


4.969 


39,609 


68 


1,729 


25 43 


11 


250 


22 73 


3,467 


27,727 


172 


3,305 


19 22 


50 


1,025 


20 50 


3,441 


49,990 


20 
25 


215 
659 


10 75 
26 36 








2,959 
3,630 


29,518 
26,952 


12 


190 


15 83 


271 


7,078 


26 12 


71 


1,775 


25 00 


6,880 


83.794 


20 


410 


20 50 


2 


50 


25 00 


2,007 


16,346 


10 


215 


21 50 


6 


95 


15 83 


876 


8,195 


68 


1.884 


27 71 


26 


460 


17 69 


1,555 


13.877 


61 


2,610 


42 79 


3 


290 


96 67 


3,055 


26.364 


29 


1,094 


37 72 


12 


2(5 


20 42 


1,856 


20,966 


52 


2,020 


38 85 


13 


438 


33 69 


4,284 


40,237 


37 


1.288 


84 81 


7 


300 


42 86 


2,152 


19.061 


109 


2,185 


20 05 


11 


187 


17 00 


4.803 


34,241 


70 


1,480 


21 14 


18 


315 


17 50 


2,197 


21,001 


51 


3.655 


71 67 


13 


500 


38 46 


1,566 


26.015 


68 


6,235 


91 69 


12 


390 


32 50 


2,382 


61,746 


223 


5,742 


25 75 


27 


595 


22 04 


7,839 


81,167 


186 


4,477 


24 07 


29 


1,205 


41 55 


4,551 


45,633 


20 


522 


26 10 


13 


290 


22 31 


2.866 


25,905 


93 


2,993 


32 18 


25 


555 


22 20 


4,244 


44,766 


159 


5.923 


37 25 


31 


990 


81 94 


5,718 


52.170 


276 


4,814 


17 44 


66 


1,104 


16 73 


10,929 


78,205 


62 


1,815 


29 27 


4 


120 


30 00 


3.494 


25,544 



824 4& 



8 80 
12 87 
11 44 

954 
10 28 



9 
9 



Oft 
16 

8 45 

9 84 
12 54 



9 75 
9 40 
8 59 
755 

8 74 

12 76 
736 
10 30 
10 64 
10 15 



39 
SO 



11 03 

7 19 
10 04 

8 10 

9 05 

12 81 
12 49 

8 07 

7 39 

9 74 



7 

8 



99 
00 



14 53 
9 98 

7 42 

12 18 

8 14 
936 
892 

8 63 
11 30 

9 39 
886 



13 

56 



16 61 
25 92 
10 35 
10 Oft 

9 04 
10 55 
9 1ft 
7 16 
731 



B 



106 



Statement— Continued . 



E 

H 

W 

H 
Q 
H 
00 



Counties. 



FlBB AND BUBGLAB- 

Pboof Safes. 



Billiard, Pigeon- 
hole, etc., Tables 



CaBBIAOBS AND WAOON8. 



No. 



Valu*. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion 

Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland... 

Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

"Wayne 

Wabash 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery... 

Moultrie 

Shelby 

Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St. Clair 

Washington... 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallain 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jefferson 

Marion. 

Saline 

White 

Alexander 

Jackson 

Johnson 

Massac 

P rry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Union 

Williamson 

Grand Agg.. 



145 
86 
60 
73 

183 

14 
23 
18 
18 
27 
14 
17 
43 
28 
18 

55 
58 
152 
69 
42 
45 

21 
148 

13 
165 

44 

54 
18 
16 
18 
8 
41 
38 
17 
71 

115 
54 
IB 
37 
41 
27 
15 
68 
63 
14 



•8,737 



12,422 

1,519 

966 

1.300 

3,854 

636 
581 
251 
517 
1,448 
241 
455 
808 
589 
536 

1.385 
874 
2.957 
2,396 
1.139 
1.646 

960 
5,496 

415 
7,452 

487 

602 
914 
460 
225 
475 
955 

1,085 
791 

1.145 

2,408 

1.107 
651 

1.271 
706 
755 
278 

1,791 

1.948 
810 



9228,034 



516 70 
17 66 

16 10 

17 81 
21 06 

45 43 
2->26 
13 94 

28 72 
53 63 

17 21 

26 76 

18 79 
21 03 

29 78 

25 18 

15 07 

19 45 
34 75 

27 12 
96 58 

45 71 
37 14 
81 92 

45 16 
11 07 

11 15 
50 78 

28 75 
17 31 
59 87 
23 29 
27 24 

46 52 

16 13 

20 94 
20 50 
50 08 
34 38 

17 22 
27 96 

18 53 

26 34 

30 92 
57 86 



926 10 



32 
16 



27 
36 

11 
4 



10 

18 
9 

33 

12 
5 

17 

3 
47 
11 
56 
13 

15 
1 



1 

3 

15 

5 
5 

32 

16 



6 
10 

4 

4 
19 

1 
11 



2,380 



9790 
380 



1.195 
775 

298 
70 



24 



180 



250 

240 
131 
370 
293 
95 
410 

38 
831 
155 
873 
121 

170 
4 



25 

25 

483 

125 

75 

1.040 
296 



205 
236 
125 
175 
268 
10 
286 



955,657 



924 69 

23 75 



44 26 
21 53 

27 09 
17 50 



24 00 



30 00 



25 00 

13 33 

14 56 
1121 
24 42 
19 10 
24 12 

12 67 
17 68 

14 09 

15 59 
9 31 

1133 
400 



25 00 
833 
32 20 
25 00 
15 00 

32 50 
18 31 



34 17 
23 60 
3125 
43 75 
14 11 
10 00 
26 00 



923 39 



7,845 
3,744 
3,633 
4,722 
7,806 

2.329 
2,512 
2.225 
2.325 
1.757 
2,359 
2,361 
1,557 
2,626 
1.140 

2,510 
3,797 
5,362 
5.167 
2.128 
5,992 

2.201 
6,788 
2,001 
6.163 
2.880 

2,719 
1,795 
1,450 
1.945 
681 
2,481 
3,085 
1,718 
3.187 

1,109 
2,609 
1.515 
1,437 
1,819 
1,498 
966 
3,781 
2,877 
1.948 



967.493 
36,923 
26,194 
41.964 
57,187 

14,435 
15,596 
13.367 
13.635 
14,313 
14,911 
18.182 
15,533 
16,066 
11.049 

18,317 
24.302 
40,256 
37,082 
17,550 
40,012 

15,454 
56.778 
17,057 
62,333 
20,104 

18,713 
11.626 
13,180 
11,059 
8,629 
15.402 
24.714 
17,887 
19,907 

12.779 
19,602 
13,747 
14.800 
15,041 
17,422 
8,336 
25,850 
26.385 
23.590 



401,768 $4,059,194 



98 60 
986 
721 
889 
233 



6 
6 
6 
5 



20 
21 
01 

86 
8 15 
6 32 
70 
96 
12 
69 



730 
640 
7 51 

7 17 
825 
668 

702 
981 
852 
10 11 
6 98 



6 
6 



88 
48 



9 09 

5 69 
12 67 

621 
8 01 

10 41 
635 

11 52 

7 51 
907 

10 30 
827 

11 63 

8 63 

6 84 

9 17 

12 11 



910 10 



107 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



8 



Counties. 



Watches and Clocks. 



Sewing and Knitting 
Machines. 



Pianos. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



8 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



fdook.. 



/ 



Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry 

Carroll 

JoDavie&s .... 

Ogle 

Stephenson.. 
Winnebago... 

m 

Bureau 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Whiteside.... 



DuPa^e. 

S randy. 
endaH. 
LaSaile . 
Will 



9 Ford 

Iroquois 
\ Kankakee., 

Livingston.... 

Marsh U 

Woodford.... 



Fulton 
Knox . 
Peoria 
Siark. 



Hancock 

Henderson.... 
McDonough.. 

Mercer 

Rock Inland.. 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams... 
Brown... 
Calhoun.. 

Cass 

Greene... 
Jers y... 

Pike 

Scott. 



Christian . . 

Mason 

Menard 

Morgan.... 
Sangamon. 
Tazewell . . 



DeWltt . 
Logan .. 
Macon.. 
MoL -an 
Piatt.... 



7,650 



986.117 



2.160 


4,179 


4,490 


8,816 


8,594 


88.346 


1.460 


4.327 


5,880 


9,969 


3,680 


8.053 


3,994 


8,019 


5.905 


11,618 


4,175 


8.162 


2.678 


10,936 


4.748 


10,798 


4.659 


10,886 


4,180 


8,150 


82 


x 585 


3.862 


8,516 


2,183 


5,706 


2,238 


4.632 


462 


2,287 


7.838 


20,900 


4.560 


10,565 


2,885 


3,044 


6,880 


11.360 


636 


3,097 


6,050 


13.388 


2,599 


4.086 


3,707 


6,194 


6,922 


11.608 


892 


6.545 


3.045 


11.400 


1.843 


8,198 


5.703 


9,5.18 


859 


2.525 


6,847 


8.866 


2,306 


6,192 


970 


7,772 


2.915 


5,056 


1,957 


5,604 


5,562 


14,569 


1,787 


2,921 


255 


1,665 


1,285 


2,792 


905 


5,806 


1.085 


2,679 


3,257 


8.646 


1,744 


4,287 


4,510 


6,723 


1.926 


4,550 


644 


5,555 


1,367 


10,552 


6,426 


23, 2- KJ 


4,192 


10,166 


2.017 


5,424 


3,172 


7,845 


2,498 


11,023 


8,140 


20,502 


2,688 


4.572 



94 72 


4.859 


1 98 


1.134 


1 99 


2,613 


388 


5,130 


296 


1,224 


187 


2.822 


2 19 


1.989 


2 01 


2,405 


197 


3,257 


1 95 


2,897 


4 09 


2,051 


227 


2.920 


223 


2.714 


1 97 


2,355 


6 52 


294 


2 21 


2.968 


261 


2,161 


207 


1,561 


4 95 


671 


267 


4,972 


232 


3,764 


128 


1,718 


165 


4,062 


4 87 


1.063 


2 21 


4,097 


1 57 


1,513 


1 67 


2.319 


1 68 


4,484 


734 


620 


3 74 


3,737 


1 73 


1,131 


1 68 


8.522 


7 03 


541 


1 52 


3,465 


269 


1.836 


8 01 


2,580 


1 73 


1.682 


286 


1.J15 


262 


5,449 


1 63 


1,180 


653 


385 


2 17 


947 


6 42 


1.472 


2 47 


814 


265 


2,421 


2 46 


1,037 


149 


2.945 


236 


1,318 


8 63 


838 


772 


1,327 


3 61 


4,769 


243 


2,873 


2 69 


1.616 


2 47 


2,040 


4 41 


3,631 


2 52 


6,162 


1 70 


1.694 



Value. 



826,263 



4,920 
11,101 
26,752 

5,864 
14,214 

8,850 
10,195 
14,403 
11.540 

9,661 

11.330 

15,278 

8,791 

1,380 

13,616 

7,665 

5,142 

3,344 

21.946 

16.335 

5,131 
15,081 

5,281 
17,028 

6,661 

9,322 

21,230 
3,059 

16,022 
4,043 

12,658 
2,740 

15,827 
7,940 

12,806 
8,513 
6,903 

29.721 
4,403 
2,560 
5,636 
8.492; 
3.821 

12,005 
4.679 

12,666 
5,916 
7,435 
13,463 
29,581 
12,462 

6,843 

9,461 

21.309 

20,625 

7.369 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av, 



85 41 


9,822 


484 


127 


4 25 


278 


5 21 


1,264 


479 


295 


504 


265 


445 


151 


424 


216 


4 42 


407 


8 98 


808 


471 


607 


388 


410 


563 


382 


873 


835 


469 


33 


459 


365 


855 


354 


329 


145 


498 


144 


4 41 


894 


434 


649 


299 


108 


371 


259 


497 


176 


4 16 


280 


4 40 


181 


402 


177 


479 


294 


588 


420 


4 29 


668 


3 57 


103 


859 


314 


5 06 


63 


4 57 


255 


432 


160 


496 


551 


5 06 


81 


488 


226 


5 45 


585 


373 


65 


6 65 


16 


595 


154 


577 


284 


4 69 


128 


4 96 


259 


4 51 


115 


430 


283 


4 49 


149 


887 


129 


10 15 


290 


6 19 


943 


434 


322 


423 


159 


4 64 


246 


5 87 


461 


3 35 


923 


435 


140 



$363,171 



836 97 



4.996 

11,27* 
57,698 
10.401 
12,214 

5,058 

7,816 

12.543 

10,872 

24,646 

13,680 
17.233 
11.374 
655 
13,372 

14,340 

3.469 

4.648 

28,973 

19,745 

2,955 
8,049 
4.730 
10,964 
6,356 
4,693 

8,621 
14,276 
26,069 

3,824 

9.449 
2,710 
8,879 
5,963 
22.238 
3,660 
7,662 

27,073 
2,134 
880; 
4,210, 
9,476 
4.990; 

10,647 
6,277 

7,373 

5,911 

6,210 

29,382 



39 34 

40 56 

45 65 

35 26 

46 09 

33 46 

33 87 
30 82 

34 23 
40 60 

33 37 

45 11 

38 95 
19 85 

36 64 

40 51 
23 92 
32 28 

32 41 

30 42 

27 36 

31 08 
26 87 

39 16 

35 12 
26 51 

29 32 

33 99 

39 32 

37 13 

30 09 
43 02 

34 82 

37 27 

40 36 
43 57 
33 90 

46 28 

32 83 
55 00 

31 88 

33 37 

38 98 

41 11 
45 89 

26 05 

39 67 
48 14 

101 32 



35,924 
12,293 


38 10 
38 18 


4.733 

9,410 

19,327 

25,641 

4.358 


29 77 
38 25 
41 92 
27 78 
31 12 



108 • 
Statement — Continued. 



o 
3 






IB AND CL 




EW ™ 


and Eur 

&AC BISKS. 


— 


p™. 






At. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 






(IS. 283 


























































7.189 


13,570 


1 8! 


i.tsst 


20.096 




525 


17.377 






Vermilion 


33 10 






2,627 


3,603 


1 43 




5,787 


388 
















Crawford 


































































































































Wabash 




























851 














Effingham..,.. 














































































































4.-131 




1 S3 


3.060 


11.687 




































































































Washington.. 


2.948 




1 30 


1.070 




























117 




















































Hamilton 














































































































3.277 


4, S71 


1 39 


2,070 








9.753 












Jackson 


































































































.', 0! 




2.837 








GO 36 
















































Grand Agg. 








1.656 














314,609 


1711,237 


(2 27 


218.112 


1988.423 


14 83 


33,546 


81. 241,029 


Bt7W> 



109 



B 



Statement— Continued . 






COUXTXBB. 



Mblodbovs and 
Oboahs. 



Fbanohisbs. 



Annuities and Boyaj> 

TIB8. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



18 



IS 



14 



Cook 

Boone 

DeKalb 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry 

Carroll 

JoDaviess ... 

Ogle 

Stephenson.. 
Winnebago}.. 

Bureau. 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam 

Whiteside.... 

DuPage 

Grundy 

Kendall 

LaSalle 

Will 

Ford 

Iroquois 

Kankakee .... 
Livingston... 

Marshall 

Woodford 

Fulton 

Knox 

Peoria 

btark 

Hancock 

Senderson... 
cDonougn... 

Mercer 

Book Island.. 

8chuyler 

Warren. 

Adams 

Brown 

Calhoun 

Cass 

Greene 

Jersey 

Pike.. 

Scott 

Christian 

Mason 

Menard. 

Morgan 

Sangamon. . . . 
Tazewell 

SeWitt 
ogan 

JJwon 

McLean 

Piatt 



635 



485 
932 
1,198 
402 
748 

672 



1,028 
834 
809 

925 

1.108 

748 

125 

1.056 

800 
413 
280 
1,280 
756 

417 
1,095 

291 
1,105 

423 

594 

1.168 

m 

398 
1,165 



1,076 
692 
716 
468 
5971 

1,060 
277 

26 
186 
410 

96 
585 
219 

711 
401 
248 
887 
975 



512 
516 

1,049 

1.6J 
497 



88.355 



4,101 
9,868 
15,729 
3.734 
9,748 

6.908 
6,766 
10,507 
7,585 
9,509 

10,613 

12,060 

6,947 

1,220 

9,904 

4.779 
3.451 
2,709 
14.396 
7.417 

8.959 
11,159 

3.306 
11.933 

4.751 

6,497 

14,785 
6.588 
8.697 
3.698 

10,175 
2,950 

11,960 
7,688 
8,741 
6,046 
6.161 

14,452 
3,601 
550 
3,095 
4,556 
1,512 
8,415 
2.628 

7,002 
5,205 
5,275 
16,668 
12.197 
6,884 

5.894 

6,814 

14,446 

15,775 

5.460 



813 37 



943 
10 59 
13 18 

929 
13 06 

10 28 
10 64 

10 22 
909 

11 75 

1147 
10 88 



9 
9 
9 



36 
76 
38 



15 93 
836 
967 

1125 
9 81 

9 49 
10 18 
1136 

10 80 

11 23 

10 94 

12 66 
1162 
12 10 

9 41 

873 
12 39 

11 12 

11 11 

12 21 

12 92 

10 32 

13 68 

13 00 
2115 

16 64 

11 11 
15 43 

14 38 

12 00 

985 
12 98 
21 27 
43 07 

12 51 
1102 

11 51 

13 21 
13 77 

932 
10 99 



1 
310 



1 
1 



1 

i 

i 



$40,985 840,935 00 



125 
'5.965 



150 



4.651 
600 



677 



500 



750 



10 
"20 
'200 



200 
895 



125 00 
19 21 



150 00 



4.651 00 

600 00 



677 00 



500 00 



375 00 

"io'66 



20 00 
'20606 



200 00 
895 00 



8580 



200 
340 



400 



165 
456 



68 
200 



15 



38 



350 



1,400 



225 
80 



Av. 



8580 00 



200 00 
170 00 



400 00 



165 00 
456 00 



68 00 
200 00 



15 00 



33 00 



850 00 



700 00 



225 00 
80 00 



B 



110 



Statement — Continued. 





Counties. 


Mblodsonb and 
Obgans. 


Franchises. 


Annuities and Royal- 
ties. 


Q 

• 
• 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


15 


Champaign... 


1,094 
660 
526 
590 

1,126 

257 
849 
218 
291 
197 
208 
213 
800 
188 
168 

297 
861 
976 
749 
886 
610 

281 
820 
27 
181 
186 

140 
225 
176 
174 
42 
304 
413 
' 270 
328 

94 
310 
168 
144 
167 
189 
146 
279 
345 
245 


$12,409 811 34 
















8.138 

5.343 

7,076 

10.909 

3.620 
3.502 
1.968 
8,788 
3.154 
2.301 
2.090 
3,276 
2,285 
2,329 

4,510 
4.138 
8.260 
9,208 
4,436 
6.471 

3,892 
4,088 
888 
2.120 
1,673 

1,322 
2.387 
2,756 
1,587 
1,042 
3.541 
5.460 
5.969 
3,464 

1.884 
3.482 
2,850 
3,184 
1,921 
3,305 
2.437 
3.038 
4,817 
4,579 


12 33 

10 16 

11 99 
969 

14 09 

10 03 
903 

13 02 
16 01 

11 06 
9 81 

10 92 

12 15 

13 86 

15 19 

11 46 
846 

12 29 

11 49 

10 61 

12 07 

12 77 

14 87 

11 71 
846 

9 44 

10 61 

15 65 
912 

24 81 

11 65 

13 22 
19 89 

10 56 

14 72 

11 23 

16 96 
22 11 
1150 
28 78 
16 69 
10 89 
18 96 
18 69 


1 


$365 


$365 00 






\ 












1 


12 


12 00 










Vermilion.... 

Clay 

Clark 

Cumberland . 
Lawrence — 

Effingham ... 

Macoupin 

Montgomery . 

Shelby 

Washington.. 
Gallatin 

White 








16 


























































1 


926 


926 00 








































































17 












































1 


15 


15 00 






























18 
















1 


5,000 


5,000 00 


















1 


25 


25 00 


1 
1 


$560 
100 


$560 00 
100 00 


19 


























1 


100 


100 00 


































































1 


198 


193 00 




2 
1 


225 
5 


112 50 
500 




20 


Alexander.... 
































9 


380 


42 22 


































Randolph .... 

Williamson... 

Grand Agg. 
















1 


75 


75 00 
























1 


46 


46 00 














52,862 


8614.470 


$1174 


844 


$62,296 


$18109 


20 


$5,411 


$270 55 



Ill 

Statement — Continued , 



b 

M 

m 



Counties. 



Patent Bights. 


Steamboats, 
Vessels, 


Sailing 
Etc. 


No. 


Value. 


Av, 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 



Total 
value of 
enumer- 
ated prop- 
erty. 



Merchan- 
dise. 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



Cook. 



Boone .... 
DeKalb.... 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry. 



Carroll 

JoDaviess .. 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago. 



Bureau.*.. 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



DuPape.. 
Grandy... 
Kendall.. 
LaSalle... 
Will 



Ford 

Iroquois... 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston. 
Marshall... 
Woodford, . 



12 



18 



14 



Fulton 
Knox .. 
Peoria 
Stark.. 



Hancock 

Henderson... 
MoDonough . 

Mercer 

Bock Island. 

Schuyler 

Warren- 



Adams.. 
Brown.. 
Calhoun 
Cass .... 
Greene .. 
Jersey .. 
Pike .... 
Scott.... 



Christian. . 

Mason 

Menard 

Morgan. . . . 
Sangamon. 
Tazewell.., 



DeWltt.. 
Logan... 
Macon.. 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



18.150 



1 
1 

1 
1 



1 
1 



1 
i 



s 

85 



m 



$1,575 00 



666 00 



5 
50 

150 
20 



12 



860 
55 



85 

"io 



15 
25 



35 



225 
1.276 



500 
50 00 

150 00 
20 00 



12 00 



860 00 
55 00 



85 00 

io'66 



251 



77 
3 



1 
1 

24 
3 



6 



9 
18 



15 00 
25 00 



500 



85 00 



75 00 
36 48 



2 

11 

2 



$67,389 



2,270 
650 



175 
300 



100 



80 
100 
105 
110 



470 



1,315 
2,800 



25 
10 



1,325 



75 
1,993 



750 



35 



17 
3 



7 

15 

4 



8 



22 

14.675 

16 



2,487 



260 
150 



1,385 
255 
865 



445 



150 
520 

83 

"*2 



8268 28 



29 48 
216 66 



175 00 
100 00 



100 00 



80 00 

100 00 

487 

36 67 



78 33 



154 71 

155 56 



25 00 
200 



220 83 



87 50 
284 71 



875 00 



11 00 

1,825 00 

800 



69 63 



15 29 
50 00 



197 86 
17 00 
91 25 



148 38 



50 00 
57 78 

83 00 

"2*66 



92,839,021 



400,011 
898.830 

1,046,338 
490,368 

1,008,484 

527,508 
629,280 
974.252 
716,814 
714.404 

1,088,200 
995.039 
635,7*0 
147,843 
828,097 

470,111 
359,776 
373,279 
1.480,249 
889.888 

406.280 
1,115.544 

432,018 
1,094,862 

392, 7W 

584,575 

998,493 
966,677 
945,071 
882,965 

878,584 
336,194 
810,917 
705,687 
493.957 
480,222 
614,675 

976,178 
297,027 
149,685 
348,845 
506.200 
298,384 
656,842 
323,949 

776,584 
845.152 
508,930 
993,685 
1.849.614 
696,687 

464,408 
700,954 
806,463 
1.364,220 
457,206 



913,206,556 



52,105 
191,808 
478.464 

77.169 
174,710 

96,926 
128,948 
182,539 
177.028 
326,919 

168,177 
198.145 
125,188 
12,885 
178,667 

66,560 

88,231 

47,879 

444,305 

291,191 

74.542 
160,596 

75,528 
190,837 

59,468 
105,945 

189,412 

269,414 

528.177 

63.257 

150.590 

31.110 

143,748 

100,616 

202.165 

48.3S1 

77,619 

485,549 
55.010 
24,505 
73,988 
95,278 
49,591 

114,138 
73.781 

122.902 
71,995 
78,485 
218,620 
438,277 
179,589 

70,619 
120,916 
290,835 
362.666 

82.027 



B 



112 



Statement — Continued. 



o 

M 

SI 
8 


Counties. 


Patent Bights. 


Steamboats, < 
Vessels, 


Sailing 
Etc. 


Total 
value of 
enumer- 
ated prop- 
erty. 


Merchan- 
dise. 


H 

OB 

* 
• 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 




15 










923 


11.550 


967 39 


91.067,170 

660,645 

471.761 

688,328 

1,005,067 

232,360 
251,637 
209.271 
206.522 
208.788 
255.455 
216.864 
181.413 
292,699 
171,092 

286.696 
405,957 
732,735 
726.909 
322,737 
731.866 

267,846 
707.032 
214,066 
717,399 
281.335 

273,825 
202,779 
185,260 
255,973 
141.547 
278.539 
358,152 
256,550 
290,761 

178.621 
289,708 
217,677 
184,580 
221,763 
269,898 
110,718 
333,386 
296,098 
338,635 


9217.785 




Coles 


1 


970 


9W0O 


158,662 




Douglas 


1 
1 


10 
1,000 


iooo 

1,000 00 


79,940 




Edgar 








104,671 












273,576 


16 


Clay 


2 
1 


58 
10 


29 00 
10 00 








46J771 




Clark 


3 
1 


130 
30 


43 33 

30 00 


42,456 






86,638 












26.892 




Edwards 


1 


30 


80 00 








34,190 






1 


25 


25 00 


25,717 




Lawrence 


4 


462 


115 50 


24.269 




Richland 








40.318 




Wayne 


1 


10 


10 00 








34,235 












34,259 


17 
















59,881 


















66,153 






1 
1 
1 


*30 
46 
10 


SO 66 
46 00 
10 00 








122.423 




Moultrie 








143,093 










48,180 




Sheiby 








107.270 


18 


Bond 














47.049 




Madison 


3 


8.780 


2,926 66 








217.365 












41,820 




St. Clair 


9 


75.025 


8.336 11 








299,758 




WaRhinflrt^n - . T r - - 


1 
1 


40 
8 


40 00 
800 


51,817 


19 


Clinton 








45,071 




Franklin 








27,316 




Gallatin 








9 


i.360 


151 11 


50,095 




Hamilton. 








22.516 




Hardin 








23 


471 


20 48 


28,851 






1 
1 
1 


20 
20 
20 


20 00 
20 00 
20 00 


34,306 




Marion . . . . 








110,244 












42,021 




White 


1 
13 


50 
43.655 


50 00 
3.358 08 


52,673 


20 


Alexander 








120,081 












83.637 


















39,784 






3 


1,800 


600 00 


11 


3.231 


299 73 


53,774 






60,246 












3 


2.005 


668 33 


27.232 




Pulaski 








33,045 












15 
1 


2,057 
2 


137 13 
200 


83.497 




Union 


2 


13 


650 


71,188 




Williamson. 


51,920 




Grand Agff... 


















87 


992.997 


$1.068 93 


642 


9156.231 


9243 35 


957.369,051 


925,555,028 



113 



B 



St&temen t— Continued . 



OB 

09 



Counties. 



Material 
and manu- 
factured 
articles. 



Man'fers* 
tools. Im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Agrlculfl 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma* 
ohinery. 



Gold 


Dia- 


and silver 


monds 


plate and 


and 


plated 


jewel- 


ware. 


ry. 



Moneys of 

bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



Credits 
of bank, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



Can-olL 

JoDaviess. . . . 

Ogle 

Stephenson... 
Winnebago... 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



IS 



14 



Cook. 



Boone 

DeKalb .. . 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry, 



Bureau... . . 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam ... 
Whiteside. 



DuPage. 
Grundy. 
Kendall. 
LaSalie. 
Will 



Ford 

Iroquois 

Kankakee 

Livingston... .. 

Mart hall 

Woodford. 



Fulton. 
.Knox .. 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



Hancock , 

Henderson.... 
McDonough... 

Mercer 

Book Island... 

Schuyler 

Warren.. 



Adams... 

Brown... 

Calhoun. 

Cass.. 

Greene.*.! 

Jersey... 

Pike...... 

Scott .... 



Christian.. 

Mason. 

Menard.... 
Morgan..... 
Sangamon. 
Tazewell.. 



DeWitt.. 
Logan... 
Macon.. . . 
McLean.. 
Piatt 



3840,406 



4,725 

13,483 

179,405 

4,135 

8,487 

313 

6,245 

3,425 

9,006 

142,533 

1,964 
9,445 

10.258 
115 

31,716 

2,025 

349 

15,576 

79,250 

180,395 

1.830 
4,994 
1.693 
3,881 
10,040 
4,028 

21,704 

11,029 

109,256 

146 

10,687 

440 

12,166 

1,805 

197,803 

9,390 

103.931 

714 

1,466 

235 

2,620 

101 

13,278 

544 

2,099 

2,146 

1,127 

24,640 

36,040 

28,587 

673 

5,539 

28,266 

11,119 

1.290 



31,214,714 



12.379 

22.214 

216,627 

3,290 

11,443 

1.915 

4,974 

5,467 

19,238 

118,412 

12.420 

16,186 

3,404 

1.325 

22,666 

5,365 

32.385 

14.230 

42,606 

124,763 

993 
6,975 
3,897 
5,354 
5,315 
3,632 

16,559 

29,561 

24,794 

328 

4,674 
455 
6,409 
2,949 
85,328 
3.734 
4,687 

52.795 
1.374 
4.665 

205 
4.432 
2.650 
7,298 

825 

3,324 
1,547 
1.390 
30 
32,782 
9,657 

1.905 

2,533 

38,596 

16,862 

3,323 



866,242 



21,600 
41,288 
39,063 
20,306 
57,522 

25.115 
32.051 
60.869 
52.519 
40.323 

49,710 
61,148 
33,514 
7,260 
35,413 

32,783 
21.619 
32.540 
81.477 
49.403 

280, JoO 

75.150 
17,734 
88,823 
22.075 
46.524 

57,223 
45,691 
42,650 
18,154 

40.457 
12,745 
36,717 
80,308 
17,625 
26.561 
27,942 

49.249 
16.872 
15,140 
25,299 
23.382 
22.660 
37,842 
19,394 

40.065 
22.328 
29,900 
46,255 
48.630 
47,418 

20,178 
51,740 
48.840 
78.926 
29,314 



312,580 



40 

2,883 

1,949 

652 

286 

114 
1,428 

123 

55 

2,640 

509 
33 

115 
30 

300 

280 
155 
120 
769 
1.881 

213 
513 
243 
219 
50 
44 

406 

320 

950 

5 

175 

40 

350 

202 

847 

36 

35 

3.694 
10 



80 

70 

272 

190 

165 



100 

4,020 

442 

3 

408 

1,180 

1,483 



314,145 



20 

176 

3,542 

50 
435 

40 

373 

150 

246 

1,575 

337 



175 



275 
445 



945 
1,645 

65 
255 
220 
430 
370 

17 

513 

25 

945 



88 

5 

624 



l.: 



80 
3.330 



50 



555 



60 
50 

224 
15 



1,550 

3,734 

218 

170 
150 
643 
2,012 
105 



3666,000 



10,700 
10,479 



10,337 

41,899 
53,762 
51.747 
23,322 
46; 003 

6,542 

15,333 

10,085 

863 

16,765 

3.000 

5,861 

9,286 

53,721 

12,600 

3,600 
28.487 

9,383 
14,511 

2,101 
12,610 

46,357 

4,535 

289,256 

1.128 

47.101 



33,254 

8.369 

53,250 

575 

16,388 

18,568 

24.370 

6,845 

8,781 

37.540 

12.000 

92.202 

8,000 

77,538 
15,350 
17,345 
40,000 
36,594 
38,682 

19.543 
90,120 
16,990 
39,279 
17,661 



168,000 



940 
17,056 
11,386 
27,346 

1,681 

4,440 

5,191 

11.435 

11.843 

24,470 

"s.sih 

430 
10,833 



41.516 

44.842 

7,908 

10.465 

5,515 
21.204 

"68,'752 
2,122 
3,894 

l\,807 
8.111 

17.175 
5,142 

27,542 
1,010 

63,944 

38.634 
3.415 
7.131 

10.315 

3,600 
2.069 

"'5,'7i6 

24,165 

2,700 

"*i,'666 

7,918 
1,500 

11,315 

112.860 

9,403 

17,241 

8,069 

5.608 

9,365 

28,473 

7,222 



A. 



B 



114 



Statement— Continued . 



1 

Oft 



COUHTTBS. 



Material 
and manu- 
factured 
articles. 



ManYers' 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Agriculfl 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Gold 


Dia- 


and silver 


m'nds 


plate and 


and 


plated 


jewel- 


ware. 


ry. 



Moneys of 

bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

eto. 



Credits 

of bank. 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Champaign.... 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion. 

Clay. 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland .. 

Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash. 

Effingham .... 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery.. 

Moultrie 

Shelby 

Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St Clair 

Washington... 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallatin. 

Hamilton 

Hardin. 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Saline 

White 

Alexander 

Jackson. 

Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski* 

Randolph 

Union. 

Williamson.... 

Grand Agg.. 



88,704 

6,018 

577 

1.688 

5,253 

599 
641 
494 
905 

1,919 
611 

000 

810 
2.241 
8.050 

2,790 
1.665 
2,997 
26.194 
578 
8,805 

1.856 
18.756 

4,619 
89.977 

2,789 

5,879 

196 

485 

66 

578 

540 

2,478 

1,437 

1,960 

4,855 
1.416 
3.511 

18,058 

178 

530 

5.945 

15,715 
4,284 
1.658 



82,899,548 



$11,515 

18,142 

3,021 

6,885 

15,714 

2,545 
4,058 
2,827 
1,072 
2,175 

?•* 
2.212 

• 4,482 

904 

1,675 

2,488 
4,668 
2,397 
28,480 
2,270 
4,704 

3,190 
49,160 

1,820 
94,007 

2,177 

3.335 
2,426 
4,670 
2,189 
1,094 
1,798 
2,097 
7,175 
2,149 

6,524 
7,214 
6.964 

19.714 
2.089 
2,607 
8.216 

13,112 
9,634 
7,894 



12,651,502 



862,996 
88.252 
27,606 
84,347 
48.921 

15,320 
15.528 
14,427 
15,879 
13,804 
17.766 
17.113 
12,766 
13.563 
14,284 

21,531 
31,242 
34.825 
44,469 
16,991 
43,681 

18.380 
80,017 
88.985 
65.657 
89,664 

24,447 

8,821 

14,485 

9.946 

9,968 

11.377 

19,081 

15.491 

19,682 

7,848 
24,279 
13,513 
17,039 
17,794 
17,937 

6,417 
41,874 
27.634 
20,303 



83,256,420 



8615 
488 
121 



547 

119 
29 

118 
6 

173 
28 

107 
89 
47 



911 
144 
111 
65 
488 



918 



10 

104 

81 

170 



84 

104 

127 

59 

56 

490 
466 
101 
254 
62 
182 



295 

163 

40 



852,053 



8105 

490 

10 

100 

686 

75 



196 

7 

18 



80 



162 

10 

75 

120 

128 

75 
620 



615 
10 

120 



10 
10 
75 
17 
26 
17 
16 

410 
90 
67 
10 



25 
22 
70 



847,415 



816,828 

19,477 

6,784 

39,248 

68,860 

2,238 
4,390 
840 
4,607 
2.812 
6,400 
3.807 



3,690 
1.R78 

6,881 
13,110 
27.421 
45,638 
16.332 
40,697 

30,168 

4.446 

600 

65,016 
4,760 

4,048 

5,880 

58,350 

363 

835 

17.984 

35,630 

2,997 

4,962 

860 
5,160 
8,096 
6,472 
2,259 
4,000 

125 
6,988 



1.060 



82.813,049 



88,370 

12 710 

4,869 

3,647 

14,265 

19,316 

380 

60 

678 

4,460 

93 

2.216 

22,975 

6,862 

849 

706 

12.669 

4.836 

2,666 

420 

5,277 

2,580 
3,610 



4,447 
2.609 

38 

1,100 



5,651 
700 

3,743 
15,621 
10,640 

2,986 

60 
2,485 
8,977 
2,139 



10,377 
1.000 
2.600 



81.057,065 



115 



B 



Statemen t— Con t inued . 



6 



Counties. 



1 
2 
8 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



14 



Cook.. 



Boone.... 
DeKalb... 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry 



Carroll 

JoDaviess . 

8'ffle 
tepenson . 
Winnebago. 



Bureau..... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam.... 
Whiteside. 



DuPage 
Grundy 
Kendall 
LaSalle. 
Will 



Ford 

Iroquoi*. . . . 
Kankakee... 
Livingston. 
Marshall . . . 
Woodford. . 



Fulton. 
Knox . . 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



Hancock..... 
Henderson.. 
MoDonough 

Mercer 

Rook Island. 

Schuyler 

Warren-. 



Adams .. 
Brown... 
Calhoun.. 

Cass 

Greene... 
Jersey... 

Pike 

Scott 



18 Christian... 

Mason , 

Menard 

Morgan..... 
Sangamon.. 
Tazewell . . . 



DeWitt 
Logan.. 
Macon. . 
McLean 
Piatt 



Moneys 

of other 

than 

banker, 

etc. 



'Credits 
of other 

than 

banker, 

etc. 



$1,221,899 



231.470 
09,386 

209,819 
25,287 
84.085 

127,457 
122,541 
159,983 
170,120 
121,459 

190,711 

142.801 

27,905 

1,015 

189,212 

98,871 

18.537 

95.866 

162,906 

106,945 

17,781 
121,252 

23.910 
110.117 

24.134 

78,132 

119.311 

390,386 

128,087 

43,830 

100,523 

15,090 

66,096 

105,887 

142,696 

112,519 

47,642 

248,374 
64,986 



39,368 
127.023 

21,145 
142,407 
219,166 

44.736 
7.800 

79.550 
303.250 
161,147 
104.975 

82,775 
53.658 
43.951 
160.381 
15,957 



8130,413 



6,000 

319,106 

336.042 

90.985 

216,129 

113.048 
196,529 
354.473 
201.244 
594,788 

142,368 
284,378 
193,662 
52,825 
127,369 

89,850 

88.300 

79,782 

614,657 

178.217 

11,825 
96.585 
26,540 
87.275 
109,390 
112.068 

250,266 

204.424 

98,054 

124,489 

187.876 
124.100 
252.784 
219,951 
109,3)4 
128.127 
355,346 

132.292 

80,883 
117,130 

28.787 
110,763 

22,371 
247,444 

18,800 



90,067 
2.621 
809.530 
135.875 
180,694 
224,740 

78.392 

42.464 

115,885 

462,167 

27,478 



Bonds 

and 
stocks. 



Shares of 

capital 

stock of 

compani's 
not of 

this State. 



Pawn- 
brokers' 
property 



Property 
of corpor- 
ations not 
before en- 
umerated. 



Bridge 
property 



194,185 



4,619 



3,616 



75 



600 

1.000 

11.033 

11,097 



6.400 
'6,66i 



1,070 

6,418 

370 



8,612 
1,500 



500 
40,015 



16,925 
175 



115 
1.056 



1.500 



145.410 



522 
4,182 

210 
1,034 

960 



1,000 



36,617 
178 

1,949 
2.520 
3.825 
1,580 
450 



850 



14,413 



2,590 



788 
215,494 

2,428 
150 



400 



3,825 
1,180 



300 
2,865 



630 
5 



225 



202 
1,65© 



1.558 
2,000 

50 



131 



$10,120 



125 



40 



1,310 



30 



50 



$400,359 



1,603 
2,814 
7.328 
7.343 
6.567 

466 

4.456 

3,980 

108,815 

5,578 

6 >25 
5,777 



1,706 

4,810 
13.214 

1,401 
26,796 

9,720 

1,405 
3.483 
552 
11,756 
1,407 
4.032 



10.422 

2.486 
140 



6,991 

800 

2,138f>. 

40,929 

25,373 

18 

1,772 



86,769 
404 



1,847 
6,000 
943 
1,093 
1,274 

2,285 
30 
2,460 
5,284 
4.201 
24,662 

50 

5,672 

38,138 

2,178 

148 



$1,009 



226 



1,130 



4,020 



100 
35 



6,786 



28 



10 



B 



116 



Statement — Contiuued. 



OB 

Q 
H 
cd 

• 


1 

Counties. 


Moneys 

of other 

than 

banker, 

etc. 


Credits 
of other 

than 

banker, 

etc. 


Bonds 

and 

stocks. 


Shares of 

capital 

stock of 

compani's 
. not of 

this State. 


Pawn- 
brokers* 
property 


— I 

Property 
of corpor- 
ation? not 
before en- 
umerated. 


Bridge 
property 


15 


Coles 


167.819 
71,783 
21,000 
51.949 

106,125 

8.853 
20,620 
17,302 

4.426 
63.774 
17,827 
11,191 
15.843 
19,579 

3,460 

12,509 
36,556 
41,650 
105.784 
9,925 
47,704 

33.232 
688.264 

64,622 
506.335 

81,007 

61,880 

10.238 

6,395 

3,545 

3,815 

14.308 

42,338 

14,536 

16,411 

2.560 
13,239 

1,735 
38,506 
12,244 

1.848 

3,670 

109,719 

40,797 

6.267 


961,135 
118,794 

78,483 
104.620 

83,553 

25,640 
16,384 
44,335 
11,664 
86,852 
3,424 
10.215 
90,789 
17,870 
35,367 

5,668 
61,914 
169,775 
57.283 
19,857 
91,938 

32,973 
34,940 
87,887 
136.641 
58.797 

134.985 
10,923 
1.265 
26,710 
11,801 
13.653 
55,280 
18,111 
55.997 

500 

8,885 

19,079 

42,015 

3,653 

35.972 

5.666 

49,500 

80,762 

27.602 


13,850 
1,500 


822,037 

2,120 

200 

367 

330 




810,896 
6,720 












Douglas 






Edgar..,,, 






2,469 
3,129 

1,966 
1,631 






Olay 




8100 




16 






Clark 


466 

166 

1,292 










Crawford 


1,167 
309 








Edwards 












484 

.544 

1,176 

2.391 

462 






Jasper 


773 


66 


12 






Lawrence \ 






Richland 


1.449 


6 








Wayne 








Wabash 










17 


Payette 








275 
55 
8,762 
6,260 
1.113 
8.250 

1,825 
73,523 






i,666 

4,470 

8.474 

228 


205 
530 




925 




Macoupin 








Moultrie 












25 




Shelby 








18 


Bond 


125 










BCadison 


150 


600 






Monroe 


925 

18,786 

500 






St. Clair 


1,800 




17,740 
1.659 

10 




t 


Clinton 






19 


17 








"Franklin 










Gallatin 








1 5,070 
657 
575 
1,072 
5.139 
384 
145 

59,904 
200 






Hamilton 


1,415 

178 

38 

17,750 


25 

400 

2 

180 

314 








Hardin 








Jefferson .....'.... 


150 






Marion 






Saline 


6 




White 






20 


Jackson 




500 
100 


150 






1,773 
298 






Johnson 








Massao ............ 


400 




209 
400 






Perry 










Pope 












Pulaski 








1,062 

3.954 

70 






Randolph 


4,547 

140 

1,200 


17 




12 




Union 








Grand Agg ... 




















19,616,138 


811, 214, 988 


9489,080 


1881,521 


812,687 


$1,145,348 


813,361 



117 
Statements— Continued. 



i 



COUNTISS. 



Property 
of saloons 
and eating 

houses. 



House- 
hold and 

offloe 
property. 



Invest- 
ments In 
real estate 
'and im- 
prove- 
ments 
thereon. 



Grain of 
all kinds. 



Shares of 

stock of 

Btate and 

National 

banks. 



All other 
property. 



1 

a 

4 



6 



7]Bureau.... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside. 



8 



10 



11 



IS 



18 



14 



Cook 



Boone.... 
DeKalb... 

Kane 

Lake 

MoHenry. 



Carroll 

JoDaviess . . 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago . 



SoPage. 
rundv , 
Kendall. 
LaSalle., 
Will 



Ford 

Iroquois... 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston. 
Marshall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton.. 
Knox... 
Peoria., 
Stark... 



Sancock.... 
enderson.. 
MoDonough. 

Mercer.. , 

Book Island 
Schuyler.... 
Warren 



▲dams.. 
Brown.. 
Calhoun 

Cass 

Greene. . 
jersey... 

Pike 

Scott 



Christian.. 

Mason 

Menard.... 
Morgan.... 
Sangamon. 
Tazewell.. 



DeWitt. 
Logan.. 
Maoon.. 
McLean 
Piatt.... 



8101,388 



225 

753 

13,240 

1,380 

2,677 

895 

794 

371 

1,085 

6,907 

1,734 
1.465 
1,085 



2,083 

380 

1.317 

70 

11.420 

6,357 

245 
1,069 
1,585 
1.600 
2.290 
1,708 

240 
3,280 
8,570 

120 

787 

20 

1,2 

260 
4.889 



150 

8.204 

10 

605 

1,610 
580 
105 

1,395 

1,448 

1.682| 
790 
520 
1,922 
7.34a 
2,155 

422 

1,230 

6,450 

3,671 

70 



82,655,281 



46.348 
107,417 
286,183 

77,438 
107,063 

57,764 

79.212 

109,824 

119.083 

195,094 

89,519 

139,868 

93,546 

12.820 

113,959 

93,873 

35.078 

48,695 

216,621 

196,905 

35,915 
98,601 
43,802 
117.219 
49.996 
70.198 

145,615 

197.652 

209.813 

34,002 

93,254 
32,815 
90.187 
66.300 
129,948 
44.784 
61. 



307,627 
40.715 
18,050 
46,015 
66,671 
40,472 

107,924 
45,347 

70.170 

50,395 

63.780 

133,566 

300,136 

124.988 

46,381 

88,768 

194,375 

215,721 

61,349 



86.010 



6,788 

2,170 

150 

1,910 

480 

740 

715 

1,130 

8,705 

790 

670 

1,820 



40 

1,796 
1.265 
3,580 
2,455 
11,475 



2,847 
4,100 
4,534 



4,576 



1.980 

500 

2,185 

80 



507 

3.447 

5,105 

10 



7,250 
90 

250 
50 

575 



3,225 



1,990 

2,365 

125 



6,094 
2,335 

901 
1,260 
7,435 
7,437 
1,315 



856,631 



6,045 

50,751 

6,849 

46 

2,199 

11.015 
5.937 
90.129 
18,575 
15,699 

96,170 
82,052 
25,164 
17,821 
34,948 

266 

47,076 

41,168 

191,822 

7,951 

36.744 

126,077 

7,295 

267,820 

44,448 

70.482 

62,297 
69.278 
58,896 
55,455 

44,324 
28,180 
47,653 
72,079 
7,352 
21,838 
44,011 

27.260 

9,832 
2,455 
22,844 
23.772 
8.026 
18,912 
20,546 

61,586 
15,860 
62.885 
88,485 
77,657 
70,180 

71,415 
128,837 
121,313 
178,099 

92,250 



84,455,740 



46,500 

40,000 

192,736 



15.000 
49.967 



26.154 
79.500 



136,405 

183.670 

61,000 



102.500 



40.000 



211.500 
102.496 



64 

7.850 

45,306 

32.260 

10,000 



160,556 



12.900 
25,000 



184,760 
"72,*606 



20 



74,580 

4,481 

20,000 



12,000 

80,001 

896,956 

68,780 

6,210 



15,000 



8194,273 



6,682 
12,140 
51,954 

3,702 
20,684 

13,891 
8,318 
16,284 
15,594 
30,244 

21.131 
28.416 
84,424 
1.900 
27.351 

4.370 
20,764 

7.557 
60,322 
68,746 

14,791 
84,167 
36,047 
87,334 
8.572 
4,213 

24,188 

31,009 

342.416 

5.989 

16.981 
8.780 
19.311 
28.488 
68.664 
8.169 
14,639 

24,049 

5.170 

880 

3.062 



5.796 
7.972 
2.214 

15.016 
11.527 
7.933 
10.626 
49.756 
20,597 

33.800 

32,773 

12,625 

242.996 

5.713 



B 



118 



Statement— Continued. 



Counties. 



Property 
of paloons 
and eating 
houses. 



House- 
hold and 

office 
property. 



Invest- 
ments in 
real estate 
and im- 
prove- 
ments 
thereon. 



Grain of 
all kinds. 



Shares of 

stock of 

State nnd 

National 

banks. 



All other 
proper y. 



16 



16 



17 



18 



19 



SO 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas.... 

Edgar 

Vermilion. . 



Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland. 

Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence... 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 



Effingham.... 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery. 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St Clair 

Washington. 



Clinton.... 
Franklin.. , 
Gallatin... 
Hamilton.. 
Hardin..., 
Jefferson.. 
Marion.... 

8aline 

White 



Alexander . 
Jackson.... 
Johnson.... 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph.. 

Union 

Williamson 



Grand Agg.. 

j 



$113 

1.120 

38 

240 

6,570 

136 
110 



22 



291 
200 
987 



450 

890 
293 
424 
367 
470 
1.121 



3,281 
770 

7,097 
634 

710 



141 

305 

3 



628 



3.269 
2.489 



1,455 
1,100 
250 
890 
804 
865 



1262,286 



8132.244 

87.992 

66,737 

81,817 

149.185 

39.259 
36,796 
38,932 
29,784 
27.538 
28.779 
35,395 
32,747 
32,766 
30,829 

42,651 
52,690 
86,443 
91,753 
31,758 
86,618 

37, 7G7 
184,779 

35,965 
113,742 

42,205 

46,997 
26,893 
37.655 
23,990 
19,719 
30,849 
72,172 
50,461 
40,390 

63.027 
57,021 
33.501 
53,265 
49,471 
41,286 
29.354 
68,989 
55,564 
48,491 



$10,924,512 



12,960 

7,82* 

255 

528 

2.496 

15 



1,019 
"35 
"895 



485 

2,296 

1,544 

1,373 

22 

397 



8.835 



82.378 
1.110 

1.062 



100 
36 



1,363 
377 
382 
200 

20 
1,037 

576 
4,756 
1.243 
50 
1,420 
3,133 
1,047 

123 



8866,863 



$155,293 
45,006 
38,406 
24,032 
57,661 

1,963 
3.631 



10,208 
2,049 
3,016 
4.009 
1,191 
2.141 
3.200 

5.734 
17,021 

9,973 
24,520 
49,391 
47,916 

12,423 
28,521 

5,764 
11,716 

5,114 

8,448 



4,216 
2,856 
1,810 
678 
1,797 
13.399 
9,907 

430 

2.360 

4,959 

311 

870 

6,151 



9,545 
i,'49i 



$3,626,280 



$1,010 
171,496 
60.672 
79.413 
70.094 



1.409 
833 



903 
356 



13. 
i6,*200 



775 



63,456 
40,666 



1,496 



1,294 

44,000 

163 



66,000 



25,000 
4,502 



1.262 
'3,068 



$7,592,489 



$28,365 

38,473 

18,872 

4.902 

88,276 

2.450 



4,660 
635 
483 

2,395 



2,452 
4,081 

7,022 
5,937 
5,862 

15,378 
4,789 

15,565 

3.670 

11.923 

3,387 

151.311 

4,662 

4.266 



985 

1,578 

685 

23.835 

17.904 

1.886 



5,< 
2,701 
6,627 
4,162 



997 



8,398 

10,166 

8.107 



82.289,571 



119 
Statement— Continued. 



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Counties. 



Total 

value of 

unenu- 

merated 

property. 



Total 

value of 

personal 

property. 



15 



Champaign. 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion . . 



16 Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumbei land 
Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 
Montgomery. 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St Clair. 

Washington. 



Clinton.. 

Franklin.. 

Gallatin.. 

Hamilton. 

Hardin... 

Jefferson , 

Marion . . , 

Saline.... 

White.... 



Alexander 

Jackson n 

Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope , 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Union 

Williamson. . . 



Grand Aggregate 



9806.600 
797,020 
397,386 
541,043 
930,320 

167,188 
148,406 
1(9.003 
108,077 
240.409 
110,061 
113,397 
167,687 
136,834 
132,303 

169.831 
321,528 
524,486 
612.948 
196,964 
505,584 

223.922 
1.467,854 

281,614 
1,636,589 

289,764 

341,682 
94,811 
183,8*0 
101,693 
80,863 
133.074 
431,291 
213,875 
210,443 

832,101 
214,542 
146.787 
282,523 
156.106 
188.277 
90,556 
490.098 
256.422 
173,977 



985,357.189 



91,878,770 

1,457,665 

869,147 

1,229,371 

1,935,387 

399,548- 

400,045 

371.274 

816,599 

449,197 

365,516: 

330,261 

348,950 

429,533 

303,995- 

456,037 

727.485 

1,257.221 

1,899,857 

619,701 

1,237.450 

491,768 
2.174.886 

495.680 
2,353,988: 

571.099 

615,357 

297.590 

369.110 

357,666 

222,410 

411,613: 

789.44a 

470,425 

54*1,204 

610,722 

501,250- 

364.464 

4417. 053: 

377,869 

406.170 

201.274 

763,484 

552,520 

512.612* 



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Counties. 



Total 
value of 

unenu- 

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property. 



Total 

value of 

personal 

property. 



15 



16 



Clay 

Clark 

Crawford.... 
Cumbei land 
Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence. . . . 
Richland .... 

Wayne 

Wabash 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Champaign. 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion . . 



Effingham...., 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery- 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St Clair 

Washington. 



Clinton... 
Franklin.. 
Gallatin .. 
Hamilton.. 
Hardin... 
Jefferson . 
Marion ... 

Saline 

White 



Alexander.. 

Jackson 

Johnson.... 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph... 

Union 

Williamson. 



Grand Aggregate 



$806,600 
797,020 
997,386 
541,043 
930,320 

167,188 
148,408 
162,003 
108,077 
240,409 
110.061 
113,897 
167,537 
136,834 
132,303 

169,331 
321,528 
624,486 
612.948 
196.964 
505,584 

223,922 
1.467,854 

281,614 
1,636,589 

289.764 

341,532 
94,811 
183,8>0 
101,6931 
80,868 
138.074 
431,291 
213.875 
210,443 

332.101 
214,542 
146.787 
282,523 
156.106 
138.277 
90.566 
490,096 
266,42$ 
175,977 



985,367,189 



91, 873.770* 

1,457,665 

869.14T 

1.229,371 

1,935,38T 

399.543- 

400,045 

371,274 

316.599 

449,197 

365,51* 

330,261 

348.950 

429.533 

303.995. 

456.027 

727.485 

1,257.221 

1,339,867 

519.791 

1.237.460- 

491,768 
2.174,886 

495.680 
2.858. 98* 

571,099 

615,357 

297.690 

369.110- 

357,666 

222.410 

411,613: 

789,44a 

470,425 

501,204 

510,722 
501,250* 
364,464 
467.053: 
877.869 
408.170 
201.274 
763.484 
552,520 
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Counties. 


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Peopbbtt. 


Lands. 


Lots. 




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25 

22 


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7 

29 




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8 


Cumberland. 


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19 

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31 

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CouirrlBs. 



Personal 
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Montgomery , 

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Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion 

Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland .... 

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Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery 

Moultrie 

Shelby 

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Washington 

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Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Saline 

White 

Alexander 

Jackson 

Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

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Randolph 

Union 

Williamson 

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88,686 
11,060 
10,768 
12,400 



6,811 
6,879 
6,889 
6,781 
8,881 
6,460 
6,868 
4,871 
6,888 
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6,658 
11,110 
17,888 
15,682 

7,981 
18,680 

7,124 
9,692 
2,670 
9,007 
6,888 

5,160 
5,811 
2,742 
6,480 
1,406 
7,457 
8,166 
4,786 
6,252 

1,442 

5,085 
8,265 
1,724 
8,744 
8,498 
1,746 
6,946 
4,881 
4,706 



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87,406 


288,581 


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22,085 


208,004 


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20,850 


285,966 


28 01 


29,805 


445,554 


19 04 


86,885 


109,998 


16 16 


18,180 


119,228 
106,114 


18 69 


18,827 


16 61 


11,855 


104,741 


18 12 


11,721 


98,701 


25 76 


7,856 


107,588 


18 67 


14,554 


101,874 


18 90 


10,409 


86,551 


19 80 


8,588 


147,791 


23 32 


18,865 


74,697 


27 47 


5,462 


140,721 


24 87 


10,670 


204,857 


18 44 


19,486 


291,561 


16 77 


86,123 


888,798 


21 86 


27,488 


159,968 


20 20 


18,288 


884,200 


20 57 


88,225 


186,192 


19 12 


11,131 


258,109 


26 68 


16,120 


74,692 


27 97 


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209,829 


28 24 


18,065 


141,881 


20 69 


11,097 


122,814 


28 70 


9,458 


100,774 


18 97 


9,908 


68,175 


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121,826 


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8,789 


148,624 


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161,586 


19 79 


14,418 


103,808 


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9,487 


104,725 


16 75 


14,589 


82,426 


22 49 


3,985 


99,056 


19 67 


11,446 


89,058 


27 28 


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48,416 


28 06 


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101,896 


27 22 


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106,262 


80 42 


8,480 


39,877 


22 84 


8,420 


149,212 


21 48 


12,201 


114,978 


28 56 


9,544 


188,891 


28 44 


8,778 


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179,580 


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129,627 


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1,141 


211,428 


7 21 


920 


281,281 


687 


1,197 


47,892 


8 60 


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61,724 


4 68 


610 


52,873 


446 


866 


61,747 


4 41 


798 


47,806 


602 


709 


60,169 


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484 


613 


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81,150 


480 


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84,160 


625 


612 


64,888 


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94,202 


485 


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288,019 


659 


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157,588 


5 75 


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77,012 


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871 


210,161 


683 


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59,488 


584 


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7 68 


8,626 


29,248 


7 81 


2,229 


71,805 


546 


6,008 


59,576 


587 


1,486 


59,750 


682 


1,482 


42,847 


482 


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80,587 


6 42 


1,281 


68,152 


488 


1,059 


84,189 


902 


768 


65,079 


4 71 


1,562 


85,598 


594 


1,189 


89,766 


4 19 


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50,761 


8 49 


2,827 


22,898 


575 


1,058 


58,661 


5 18 


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48,292 


6 87 


1,874 


29,846 


648 


1,585 


61,812 


8 92 


811 


52,275 


6 16 


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24,066 


708 


786 


60,878 


4 95 


1,929 


42,957 


4 50 


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58,066 


6 62 


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$15,244,712 


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98,901 



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19,592 
88,064 

12,097 
10,948 

6,018 
14,078 
19,915 
18,684 
12,166 

8,812 
21,296 
17,080 

15,609 
17,540 
26,777 
86,582 
12,977 
26,912 

11,502 
111,850 

65,602 
119,862 

88,526 

88,949 
26,762 
29,840 
21,878 
24,019 
29,018 
24,791 
85,348 
87,529 

26,446 
41,648 
89,914 
48,284 
20,240 
44,754 
19,400 
41,498 
49,812 
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19 79 
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16 78 

17 94 

16 44 

17 75 
88 09 

17 06 
19 85 
19 50 
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24 48 

19 07 
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22 59 

19 84 

21 55 

18 64 

80 85 
29 48 

23 86 

22 56 

26 28 
18 98 

24 24 

20 47 

81 48 
18 58 
20 85 
22 29 
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20 14 
29 05 

28 20 
24 96 
8108 

26 86 

21 51 
26 19 

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15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



90 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas ... 

Edgar. 

Vermilion . 



Clay 

Clark 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland. 

Sdwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence.... 
Richland.... 

Wayne 

Wabash 



Effingham . . , 

Payette , 

Macoupin 
Montgomery. 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison .... 

Monroe 

St. Clair .... 
Washington. 



Clinton... 
Franklin. 
Gallatin.. 
Hamilton. 
Hardin..., 
Jefferson. , 
Marion ... 
Saline .... 
White 



Alexander., 
Jackson .... 
Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

nlaski 

Randolph... 

Union 

Williamson. 



Orand Agg. 



7.681 

7,718 

6,886 

16,699 

15,689 

5,906 
8,864 

10,140 
2,709 
7,164 
6,467 
5,686 
6,740 

10,862 
8,200 

8,010 

9,728 

17,992 

16,821 

4,156 

16,707 

7,899 
5,290 
1,226 
2,662 
8,694 

4,188 
2,671 
1,166 
6,646 
1,166 
6,188 
6,618 
8,606 
8,497 

660 

2,406 
2,947 

671 
2,280 
4,687 

660 
4,816 
2,986 
8,982 



681,842 



$7,919 

9,844 

6,743 

16,140 

15,462 

6,621 
8,141 
8,517 
2,672 
7,768 
4,842 
6,647 
4,808 
9,696 
8,467 

8,068 

8,576 

19,016 

16,624 

4,149 

18,689 

8,878 
6,679 
1,225 
2,442 
8,684 

8,448 
2,609 
1,169 
6,648 
1,447 
6,498 
6,668 
8,216 
2,694 

688 

2,889 
8,204 

704 
2,489 
4,627 

694 
4,276 
2,889 
5,889 



$646,882 



$1 06 

1 21 

98 

97 

99 

95 
97 
84 
96 

1 09 
89 

1 02 
71 
94 

106 



02 
88 
06 
02 
00 
11 



1 06 

1 07 

100 

92 

98 

88 
98 

100 
86 

126 
90 

101 
92 
77 



97 
97 
07 
06 
12 
02 
90 
99 
98 
60 






$102 



51,816 
80,247 
28,078 
28,288 
50,699 

16,860 
17,969 
12,768 
17,062 

9,191 
14,592 
19,269 

9,749 
18,527 

6,908 

14,529 
25,897 
42,821 
88,770 
18,877 
46,482 

14,076 
29,866 
10,666 
21,811 
12,606 

10,106 
15,618 

7,484 
19,784 

6,666 
21,024 
16,892 
16,486 
21,491 

4,802 
17,992 
18,660 

7,812 

7,696 
18,867 

4,818 
19,286 
18,586 
19,892 



2^87,268 



$77,816 
61,418 
88,828 
84,468 
62,627 

15,164 

17,008 

17,* 268 

16,668 
14,165 
12,912 
9,567 
18,177 
11,848 

17,165 
24,649 
51,406 
47,561 
22,556 
64,566 

17,859 
41,647 
12,126 
27,681 
12,682 

18,018 
16,460 

7,486 
16,822 

7,707 
19,490 
21,190 
15,894 
18,861 

4,648 
15,977 
14,671 

7,880 

9,260 
14,911 

4,962 
19,628 
16,426 



$8,666,028 



$1 61 
1 70 
1 21 
1 i 
1 S 



1 
1 
1 



90 
95 
96 
01 
81 
97 
87 
98 
98 
71 

18 
97 
21 
28 
20 
89 



197 
189 
1 15 
1 80 
100 



00 
00 
80 
86 
98 
26 
97 



97 
89 
06 
01 
20 
08 
08 
02 



1 46 



$1 89 



158 
99 
60 
72 

180 

58 
67 
48 
48 
48 
60 
42 
66 
64 
88 

49 

88 

169 

189 

66 

181 

67 
146 

62 
277 

89 

68 
87 
62 
87 
17 
86 
60 
68 
67 

42 
96 
41 
60 
64 
21 
16 
118 
68 
46 



8,481 



$15,180 

12,856 

8,700 

6.689 

17,848 

4,618 
8,488 
8,771 
8,248 
4,812 
8,811 
8,662 
4,946 
5,080 
5,460 

4,189 

8,461 

19,768 

12,721 

5,666 

12,966 

8,420 
26,667 

7004 
76,987 

6,945 

4,670 
8,841 
4,970 
4,804 
6,876 
2,648 
4,420 
8,088 
2,675 



6,670 
19,04O|197 

7,112 

8,860 

5,146 

8,866 

4,840 
11,276 

7,048 
12,115 



$1,281,240 



$95 76 

124 80 

61 67 

91 51 

188 46 

88 81 
60 28 
78 66 
66 86 

100 28 
68 62 

87 19 

88 82 
94 07 

148 68 

84 47 

101 94 
116 94 

91 52 
99 88 
98 90 

60 00 
182 17 
112 97 
974 82 

66 80 

74 18 

90 80 

96 68 

129 84 

876 00 

76 51 

78 67 

161 66 



186 00 
99 

178 46 
177 00 

96 28 
184 06 
802 60 

99 78 
HI 87 



161 97 



171 
Skatemeni— Continued. 



B 



2 



Counties. 



Fib* and Burglar- 
proot Sates. 



Billiard, Pigeon-hole, 
etc., Tables. 



Carriages and Wagons. 



No. 



Value. 



At. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



6 



Bureau.... 
Henry .... 

Lee 

Putnam. .. 
Whiteside. 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



14 



-Cook. 



Boone.... 
DeKalb . . 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry. 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess . 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago . 



DuPage. 
Gran ay. 
Kendall 
LaSalle, 
Will 



Ford. 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee . 
Livingston. 
Marshall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton., 
Knox... 
Peoria.. 
Stark.., 



Hancock.... 
Henderson . . 
McDonough. 

Mercer 

Rock Island. 
Schuyler.... 
Warren 



Adams.. 
Brown .. 
Calhoun. 

Case 

Greene.. 
Jersey .. 

Pike 

Scott.... 



18 Christian. 
Mason .... 
Menard . . . 
Morgan. .. 
Sangamon 
Tazewell.. 



DeWltt. 
Logan. . . 
Macon .. 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



477 



66 

101 

486 

18 

97 

65 

112 
127 
147 
114 

184 

111 

88 

4 
114 

88 

89 

27 

848 

186 

78 
121 
127 
162 

74 



164 

147 

189 

89 

78 
9 
86 
70 
168 
24 
84 

811 
20 
16 
78 



59 

88 

180 

81 

58 

64 

206 

168 

24 

87 
147 
279 

44 



$16,001 



785 
2.481 
9,781 

218 
8,841 

1,401 
2,809 
2.970 
2,791 
8,401 

8,1*9 
2,840 
2,091 
278 
2,526 

1,845 
1,455 
982 
7,217 
4,534 

2,474 
2,784 
1,916 
2,481 
1,871 
1,831 

4,588 

6,406 

4,827 

885 

2,170 

410 

8,058 

1,685 

8,224 

482 

980 

7,159 
872 



2,881 
1,975 
769 
2,080 
1,217 



1. 
1,451 

8,270 

6,065 

5,948 

4,287 

458 
9,472 
5,600 
6,017 
1,567 



$88 55 



14 02 

24 56 
22 49 
16 77 

84 44 

25 47 
20 61 

28 89 

19 00 

29 88 

28 72 

25 59 
28 76 
69 50 
22 16 

85 89 
16 86 

86 87 

20 78 
24 88 

82 55 
22 60 
16 09 

16 82 
18 58 
22 06 

27 67 
48 59 
22 89 

18 28 

20 78 
45 56 
85 56 
24 07 

19 78 
18 00 

28 82 

28 08 

18 60 

17 81 
81 98 

81 86 
84 95 

84 41 

82 08 

15 82 
17 91 
61 70 
94 80 
28 87 

26 S 

19 08 
28 41 
88 10 
17 98 

85 61 



285 



14 
40 
79 
11 
29 

17 
14 
44 

88 
48 

48 
80 
28 
8 
41 

24 
82 
12 
100 
87 

8 
28 
52 
88 
18 
18 

4 
81 



15 
2 
28 
10 
46 



11 

64 
2 
6 

17 
8 



11 

7 

10 
17 
10 
6 
82 
28 

15 
24 
27 
60 
2 



$7,095 



458 

1,026 

2,890 

82C 

880 

448 
285 
720 
690 
1,980 

709 

790 

61* 

2 

1,006 

546 
409 
280 
1,881 
599 

170 
608 
1,086 
726 
296 
165 

115 

1,180 

775 



848 
20 



265 
800 



190 

1,605 

50 

70 

185 

400 



855 

249 

185 
685 
400 
250 
820 
590 

285 

580 

760 

1,051 

20 



$24 89 



82 86 
26 62 
80 26 
29 09 
28 62 

26 86 
20 86 
16 86 

20 91 
44 88 

16 49 
28 38 
22 04 
888 
24 54 

22 71 
12 78 

19 17 
18 81 
16 19 

2125 

21 54 

20 87 

22 00 
22 69 
12 69 

28 75 
86 45 
24 22 



22 87 
10 00 
22 82 
26 50 
19 85 



17 27 

26 08 
25 00 
14 00 
10 88 
188 88 



82 27 
85 57 

18 50 
31 47 

40 00 

41 67 
26 68 

21 07 

19 00 

22 08 
28 15 
17 52 
10 00 



24,716 



2,615 
4,818 
6,860 
8,558 
5,757 

8,495 
8,521 
6,585 
5,825 
5,845 

6,089 
6,288 
4,904 
690 
5,618 

8,801 
2,672 
2,556 
9,892 
7,285 

2,926 
8,080 
2,692 
8,828 
2,652 
4,501 

6,589 
4,849 
5,587 
2,505 

6,691 
1,881 
6,086 
8,897 
8,468 
2,918 
8,680 

7,178 
2,088 
1,046 
1,548 
2,976 
1,847 
4,840 
2,198 

5,061 
2,274 
1,506 
2,377 
7,679 
4,680 

2,681 
4,813 
5,121 
10,694 
8,991 



$625,458 



21,882 
57,990 
77,236 
82,297 
57,122 

29,683 
80,025 
52,529 
61,880 
64,842 

54,285 
60,656 
88,885 
6,440 
48,866 

41,787 
20,618 
24,808 
96,707 
71,808 

22,419 
58,154 
26,287 
58,974 
26.019 
85,780 

59,661 
55,642 
75,896 
20,480 

46,880 
18,480 
40,822 
26,670 
64,676 
29,007 
28,206 

81,770 
16,079 
9,860 
14,812 
26,640 
19,586 
40,299 
19,095 

88,985 

17,871 
28,845 
61,574 
72,868 
47,798 

21,655 
41,497 
48,897 
72,759 
26,072 



$26 80 



8 16 
12 06 

11 26 
906 
992 

848 
858 

7 98 

9 74 

12 04 

8 92 

9 78 
782 
988 
786 

12 66 
772 
9 71 

10 80 
979 

766 
662 

10 14 
648 
948 
795 

906 
12 79 
18 71 

8 18 

• 6 92 

9 72 
808 
785 

15 79 
994 
777 

11 40 
789 
895 
926 
8 96 

10 60 
833 
8 69 

6 68 

786 

15 84 

26 90 

942 

10 21 

8 19 
962 
945 
6 87 
6 28 



172 
Statement — Continued. 



FiRK ivn BrnatiR- Billiibd, Pioioh-holk, 



173 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



COUNTIES. 



6 



8 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



Cook. 



Boone ... 
DeKalb . . 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry. 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess., 

Ogle 

Stephenson 
Winnebago. 



Bureau.... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam. . . 
Whiteside 



DuPago 
Grundy , 
Kendall. 
LaSalle . 
Will .... 



Ford 

Iroquois ... 
Kankakee . 
Livingston. 
Marshall... 
Woodford. . 



Pulton 
Knox.. 
Peoria 
Stark.. 



Hancock.... 
Henderson . . 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Rock Island 
Schuyler .... 
Warren 



Watches and Clocks. 



Sewing and Knitting 
Machines. 



Pianos. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Adams.. 
Brown .. 
Calhoun 
Cass .... 
Greene.. 
Jersey .. 
Pike.... 
Scott.... 



Christian . 
Mason 

Menard 

Morgan..., 
Sangamon 
Tasewell „ 



DeWltt . 
Logan.., 
Macon .. 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



6,882 



2,082 
4,684 
6,144 
1,747 
5,295 

8,686 
8,704 
6,689 
8,852 
2,614 

4,749 
4,107 
8,992 
80 
8,801 

2,221 
2,818 
884 
7,666 
4,704 

2,486 
6,700 
644 
6,061 
3,846 
8,741 

6,958 

788 

2,822 

1,975 

5,972 
891 
6,286 
2,456 
784 
2,847 
1,988 

5,846 
1,822 

801 
1,442 
1,115 

994 
8,688 
1,718 

4,715 
1,828 
788 
1,171 
6,761 
4,508 

1,672 
8,026 
2,887 
7,848 
2,546 



$28,968 


84 64 


4,856 


8,871 


I 86 


1,079 


8,288 


1 80 


2,701 


27,187 


442 


4,482 


6,140 


294 


1,269 


9,728 


184 


2,748 


7,940 


2 18 


1,977 


6,180 


1 67 


2,209 


10,298 


1 88 


8,167 


7,471 


1 94 


2,836 


11,688 


4 47 


1,892 


10,622 


224 


8,065 


9,027 


220 


2,684 


7,981 


1 99 


2,488 


886 


4 19 


289 


7,801 


206 


2,818 


5,688 


266 


1,674 


4,897 


1 90 


1,508 


1,861 


482 


684 


19,162 


258 


4,886 


11,046 


285 


8,911 


8,216 


1 29 


1,867 


11,179 


1 67 


8,945 


8,088 


4 80 


1,022 


12,241 


202 


8,846 


4,020 


141 


1,476 


6,102 


1 68 


2,899 


12,042 


1 78 


4,402 


7,242 


925 


412 


8,842 


8 18 


2,268 


8,446 


1 74 


1,161 


10,795 


1 81 


8,677 


2,600 


6 65 


656 


9,859 


1 67 


8,516 


6,827 


278 


2,047 


6,248 


8 51 


2,612 


4,646 


1 68 


1,721 


5,912 


298 


1,898 


^SS 


248 


5,697 


2,957 


1 62 


1,058 


1,88(5 


6 10 


479 


8,120 


2 16 


961 


6,801 


609 


1,659 


2,452 


2 47 


795 


8,809 


225 


2,662 


4,114 


289 


1,086 


7,109 


1 51 


8,052 


4,028 


220 


1,874 


5,840 


746 


1,017 


9,682 


8 18 


1,291 


22,787 


886 


4,666 


11,879 


252 


2,989 


4,862 


809 


1,248 


7,794 


258 


2,078 


10,898 


4 66 


8,860 


18,261 


2 49 


6,705 


4,897 


178 


1,578 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



$27,088 



4,742 
10,600 
20,482 

4,962 
18,969 

8,909 

8,644 

18,862 

11,200 

8,888 

10,864 

16,867 

8,960 

1,210 

12,266 

8,104 

6,089 

8,157 

21,991 

16,898 

5,447 
14,899 

5,108 
15,098 

6,489 

9,498 

20,448 
2,660 

11,552 
4,695 

18,989 
2,800 

17,184 
7,527 

18,874 
7,884 
6,821 

81,428 
8,867 
8,125 
6,158 
9,596 
8,802 

11,682 
4,567 

18,001 
6,770 
8,400 
12,882 
27,264 
12,178 

5,281 

9,820 

18,450 

19,098 

8,172 



$5 67 


9,761 


4 89 


129 


892 


812 


466 


1,278 


8 94 


806 


508 


285 


4 51 


155 


887 


217 


488 


415 


898 


810 


4 70 


609 


856 


886 


6 88 


421 


868 


377 


506 


80 


486 


887 


484 


877 


836 


158 


541 


158 


450 


982 


440 


661 


298 


116 


878 


268 


500 


199 


892 


299 


487 


196 


8 96 


187 


465 


806 


6 19 


518 


5 10 


567 


404 


126 


879 


888 


504 


68 


489 


264 


868 


• 180 


5 12 


664 


468 


88 


488 


MSB^b 


552 


612 


867 


69 


6 52 


14 


640 


159 


578 


298 


478 


126 


4 87 


277 


489 


117 


426 


288 


420 


186 


826 


150 


994 


286 


684 


982 


407 


889 


428 


129 


4 49 


262 


5 49 


507 


8 85 


955 


5 18 


148 



$406,069 



4,666 
12,114 
46,490 
10,605 
18,221 

4,877 
6,782 

12,507 
9,907 

26,064 

12,807 
16,980 
12,409 
570 
14,818 

14,440 

8,578 

4,479 

28,946 

19,802 

2,958 
7,912 
6,040 
10,618 
6,480 
5,028 

8,852 
16,781 
21,678 

4,918 

10,521 
2,770 
9,788 
6,542 

21,864 
8,661 
9,546 

86,846 
2,278 
890 
5,740 
8,980 
5,085 

10,686 
4,862 

6,626 

4,881 

6,740 

26,515 

86,928 

18,006 

2,820 

9,852 

18,862 

24,869 

8,926 



$41 60 



86 17 
86 88 

86 88 
34 44 
46 89 

81 46 
81 02 

80 14 

81 96 
42 80 

81 68 
40 88 

82 92 
19 00 

87 00 

88 80 
22 65 
29 27 

81 06 
29 20 

25 50 

80 06 

25 88 

85 49 

82 81 

26 89 

27 29 
82 71 
88 92 

88 99 

81 59 
40 74 
87 08 

86 84 

87 86 
40 47 
42 61 

44 08 

82 94 
68 67 

86 10 
80 65 

89 97 

88 58 

87 28 

28 41 
86 62 
44 98 
98 07 

86 59 

88 86 

21 86 

87 11 
37 18 
26 04 
26 52 



B 



' 174 



Statement — Continued. 



5 

<? 



COUNTIES. 



Watchxs and Clocks. 



Sewing and Knitting 
Machines. 



Pianos. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. 



Value. 



Ay. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



16 



10 



17 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas . . . 

Edgar 

Vermilion . 



Clay 

Clark 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 
Edwards.... 

Jasper 

Lawrence.. . . 
Richland.... 

Wayne 

Wabash 



18 



19 



90 



Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery.... 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison.... 

Monroe 

St. Clair.... 
Washington 



Clinton... 
Franklin. 
Gallatin . 
Hamilton 
Hardin... 
Jefferson. 
Marion... 

Saline 

White.... 



Alexander . 
Jackson ..... 
Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski , 

Randolph.., 

Union 

Williamson 



Grand Agg. 



6,286 
4,066 
8,466 
8,782 
7,118 

2,888 
2,776 
2,860 
2,274 
1,819 
2,271 
2,890 
8,149 
2,888 
1,216 

2,889 
8,986 
6,869 
6,426 
2,079 
4,700 

860 
3,708 
1,216 
1,686 
8,092 

2,688 
1,996 

218 
2,160 

670 
2,489 
8,926 
2,079 
2,601 

716 
8,681 
1,882 
1,788 
2,086 
1,467 

OQQ 

4,499 
8,041 
2,896 



818,986 



*i«2 
8,228 

6,866 

7,819 

12,862 

8,766 
8,212 
8,870 
2,967 
8,819 
2,697 
8,408 
2,729 
8,496 
1,780 

8,780 
6,101 
8,198 
6,120 
2,881 
8,700 

8,014 
11,081 
1,798 
6,428 
8,966 

8,801 
8,006 
1,622 
2,929 
1,666 
4,168 
8,041 
8,926 
8,869 

4,196 
6,678 
8,712 
8,814 
3,666 
8,294 
1,718 
7,484 
6,884 
4,989 



8687,184 



$1 81 
208 
1 98 
207 
174 



1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 

1 
1 

1 
1 
1 
1 
1 
1 



88 
16 
48 
80 
82 
14 
43 
86 
28 
42 



68 
40 
18 
86 
86 



8 66 
299 

1 47 
882 

128 



1 
1 
7 
1 
2 
1 
2 
1 
1 



61 
16 
86 
49 
67 
06 
89 
80 



687 
1 66 

1 97 

2 19 
1 71 
226 
1 71 
1 66 
1 75 
206 



$2 19 



4,144 
2,726 
1,942 
2,688 
4,299 

1,449 
1,664 
1,482 
1,461 
1,127 
1,667 
1,478 
1,866 
1,728 
820 

1,880 
2,217 
8,787 
8,828 
1,870 
8,298 

1,182 
2,676 



2,062 
1,761 

1,600 
1,329 

848 
1,179 

440 
1,694 
2,288 
1,076 
2,069 

749 
2,284 
1,166 
1,076 
1,393 
1,056 

767 
2,517 
1,787 
1,678 



214,989 



$16,264 

14,282 

8,686 

11,826 

16,297 

6,019 
6,089 
4,874 
6,612 
6,278 
5,168 
5,601 
6,461 
6,827 
4,178 

7,896 

7,788 

12,847 

12,669 

6,482 

18,268 

6,724 
14,067 
8,906 
8,798 
5,579 

4,881 
5,781 
4,685 
8,911 
8,266 
6,499 
9,763 
6,809 
5,869 

6,814 
9,890 
5,876 
7,862 
5,961 
7,986 
8,561 
8,659 
7,90S 
11,294 



8957,899 



88 92 
622 
442 
488 
879 

846 
806 
829 
884 
468 
882 
879 
402 
866 
509 

481 
8 51 
889 
8 78 
78 
02 



4 
4 



84 
26 
28 
29 



8 19 



2 

4 
5 



81 
44 

8 82 

7 42 
08 
27 
86 



2 59 

709 
488 
504 
684 
4 26 
7 57 
4 69 
844 
4 42 
6 75 



$4 46 



419 
985 
168 
290 
588 

84 
89 
67 
46 
51 
42 
69 
84 
51 
64 

122 

97 

422 

vest 

64 

177 

76 
661 

49 
880 
106 

117 
81 
69 
46 
22 
68 

246 
87 

106 

188 

175 

18 

81 

116 

86 

66 

192 

127 

68 



84,892 



815,219 

8,668 

4,876 

9,786 

16,768 

2,478 
2,014 
2,669 
1,666 
1,984 
1,040 
2,056 
2,672 
1.186 
2,886 

6,727 
2,516 
9,867 
8,766 

2,766] 
6,876 

2,476 
26,246 

1,863 
10,228 

2,511 

8,656 
1,144 
2,446 
1,180 
1,188 
2,067 
9,874 
2,072 
2,060 

8,689 
6,974 
1,116 
6,720 
8,981 
1,879 
2,884 
6,098 
5,091 
8,065 



$86 82 

80 47 
29 02 

83 74 

81 46 

29 44 
22 68 
46 07 

87 00 

88 90 
24 W 

84 86 
80 62 
22 27 
44 80 

46 94 
26 98 
22 17 
31 06 
48 05 
86 02 

82 57 

46 17 
38 02 
80 99 
28 69 

80 89 
86 90 
86 48 
26 66 
61 50 
82 81 
40 14 
56 00 
19 48 

46 22 
84 14 
61 94 
82 96 
34 62 
58 69 
69 44 

81 76 
40 09 
46 07 



$1,278,144 



$87 16 



175 



6 



Statement— Continued. 



© 

I 



Counties. 



Mklodkonb and 
Uboanb. 



Franchises. 



Amrurriis and Royal- 

TEB8. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 



Value. 



Av. 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



Cook. 



Boone . . . 
DeKalb . . 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry 



Carroll 

JoDavleee .. 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago . 



Bureau.... 
Henry .... 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



DuPase 
Grundy. 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
Will .... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . . 
Kankakee . 
Livingston 
Marshall... 
Woodford. . 



Pulton 
Knox. 
Peoria 
Stark . 



Hancock 

Henderson.. 
McDonough 

Mercer 

Rock Island 
Schuyler.... 
Warren 



Adams.. 
Brown... 
Calhoun 
Case .... 
Greene.. 
Jersey .. 
Pike.... 
Scott.... 



Christian.. 
Mason .... 
Menard... 
Morgan . . . 
Sangamon 
Tazewell .. 



DeWltt. 
Logan .. 
Macon.. 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



661 



406 
946 
1,067 
878 
784 

694 
618 



810 
773 

975 

1,186 

754 

117 

1,071 

809 
849 
261 
1,247 
769 

458 

1,146 
298 

1,184 
428 
661 

1,807 
688 
723 
468 

1,289 
280 

1,190 
709 
781 
506 
587 

1,229 
264 
80 
207 
486 
108 
741 
286 

829 
458 
265 
842 
981 
679 

494 

525 

1,080 

1,697 

492 



|9,205 



8,588 
9,126 
14,565 
8,482 
9,272 

6,714 
5,854 
9,481 
7,840 
9,274 

10,614 

11,921 

6,858 

1,185 

10,851 

4,686 
2,817 
2,679 
18,878 
7,581 

8,989 
10,*67 

2.952 
10,702 

4,648 

7,027 

15,789 
7,828 
8,425 
4,890 

11,811 
2,750 

14,800 
7,858 
8,884 
6,982 
6,658 

15,725 
2,994 
785 
8,447 
4,619 
1,418 

0,OVo 

2,947 

8,000 
5,144 
5,075 
14,070 
11,787 
7,180 

5,068 

6,900 

12,489 

15,245 

4,744 



$18 98 



8 70 

9 65 
18 78 

9 21 
12 63 

9 67 
9 55 

9 50 

906 

12 01 

10 89 

10 49 

909 

970 

966 

15 17 
807 

10 26 

11 18 
9 96 

8 81 

9 81 
10 06 

944 
10 86 

10 68 

12 04 
12 26 

11 65 

10 56 

958 

11 96 

12 44 

10 87 
12 15 
18 74 

11 88 

12 79 

11 84 
24 50 

16 65 

10 50 

18 77 

12 01 

13 49 

965 

11 28 

19 15 
41 14 

11 96 
10 50 

10 80 
18 14 

12 18 
898 
964 



8 



810 



2 



$81,650 



8,000 



8,280 



506 



8,810 
200 



748 



50 



800 



1,888 



10 



800 



15 



625 

250 



$8,966 25 



8,000 00 



26 71 



200 00 



50 00 



800 00 



10 00 



150 00 



812 50 
250 00 



600 



2 



$100 



840 
666 



400 



286 



40 



950 



80 



15 



1,100 



200 



$100 00 



80 00 



15 00 



550 00 



B 



176. 



Statement — Continued. 



a 

§ 


COUHTEBS. 


MlLODKONS AND 
0-RGAN8. 


Franchises. 


Annuities and Rotjx- 
tiks. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


No. 


Value. 


At. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 


15 


1 

Coles 


1,168 
805 
548 
601 

1,245 

294 

876 
242 
825 
229 
280 
288 
808 
226 
152 

889 
880 
1,081 
789 
896 
629 

807 
820 
20 
181 
221 

156 
248 
176 
205 

48 
887 
471 
278 
401 

87 
824 
198 
185 
828 
184 
144 
299 
875 
260 


$12,427 

8,808 

5,686 

7,008 

11,250 

8,008 
8,890 
2,442 
4,159 
8,422 
2,285 
2,679 
8,006 
2,455 
2,145 

5,760 
8,794 
8,754 
8,787 
4,615 
7,456 

8,806 
8,860 
212 
1,912 
2,015 

1,478 
2,966 

Wi Mrt 

1,724 
1,085 
8,909 
5,850 
4,069 
8,458 

1,207 
8,868 
2,888 
8,114 
8,095 
8,117 
2,110 
2,982 
5,488 
5,028 


$10 64 
10 94 

10 29 

11 65 
904 

10 28 
902 

10 09 

12 79 
14 94 

998 

11 26 
9 92 

10 86 
14 11 

16 99 
9 98 

8 49 

11 07 
11 84 

11 65 

10 77 

12 06 
10 60 

10 56 

9 12 

944 

11 96 

12 64 

8 41 
21 56 
10 10 
12 42 
14 64 

862 

18 87 
10 89 
14 59 
28 07 

944 
28 26 
14 66 

9 81 
14 50 

19 84 


1 


$418 


$418 00 


















Cl&Y . . 
















1 


25 


25 00 
















16 
















Clark 
















Cumberland .... 
Jmtmf. ...... 
































858 






$80 














Wayne 












































Wfthiuh 














17 


Pave ltd 






























Montgomery.... 
Shelby 














































• 










18 


Bond 








1 


65 


$65 00 




Monroe 


























Washington .... 
Clinton 


2 


400 
26 






599 
1 




19 


12 60 


1 


1 00 




Hardin 


















iio 




































Marion 






























Saline 
















White 


2 


8io 


155 00 








20 


Mannar, 


















75 


















1 


10 


10 00 










Perry 










Pope. 
















Pulaski 
















Union 


1 
1 


88 
10 
80 






177 






io 66 
80 00 








Williamson 

Grand Agg.. 


1 


180 


180 00 




54,767 


$616,200 


$11 25 


888 


$58,296 


$167 68 


8 


$5,254 


$666 75 



177 



B 



Statement — Continued 



5 

S 



Counties. 



Patent Rights. 



Steamboats, Sailing 
Vessels, Etc. 



No. 



Value. 



Av. 



No. . Value. 



Av. 



Total 
value of 
enumer- 
ated prop- 
erty. 



Merchan- 
dise. 



1 
2 
& 
4 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



I Cook 



Boone.... 
DeKalb... 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry. 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess. 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago 



Bureau .. . . 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam . . . 
Whiteside. 



Da Page. 
Grundy. 
Kendall. 
LaSalle. 
Will .... 



Ford 

Iroquois.... 
Kankakee . . 
Livingston 
Marshall... 
Woodford.. 



Fulton 
Knox.. 
Peoria , 
Stark . 



Hancock 

Henderson . . 
McDonough. 

Mercer 

Rock Island. 
Schuyler .... 
Warren 



Adams .. 
Brown... 
Calhoun 

Cass 

Greene.. 
Jersey. . . 
Pike.... 
Scott.... 



Christian 

Mason 

Menard 

Morgan , 

Sangamon 

Tazewell 



DeWltt.. 
Logan .. . 
Macon. 
McLean 
Piatt.... 



$260 



100 
50 



10 
85 



10 



10 
1 



80 



82 
"40 

'm 



$125 00 



100 00 
50 00 



10 00 
85 00 



10 00 
1 00 



80 00 
*27*06 



188 



80 
8 



1 
•4 



6 



28 

6 



6 



55 
1 
5 



2 
81 



8 
24 
12 



42 



18 
2 
1 
7 

80 
8 



80 
1 



$108,160 



2,0(6 
650 



175 

220 



876 



415 
196 



470 



771 
1.900 



15 
835 
250 
975 



75 
870 



750 



28 

18,782 
86 



8,468 



470 
80 
100 
1,880 
174 
180 



208 
5 



200 
915 

80 



8818 28 



26 19 
216 67 



175 00 
56 00 



145 88 



18 04 
88 00 



78 88 



96 87 
211 11 



15 18 
250 00 
195 00 



87 50 
28 06 



875 00 



7 67 

782 68 

7 16 



82 57 



26 11 

15 00 

100 00 

197 14 

580 

48 88 



84 67 

6(10 



80 50 
30 00 



$2,828,216 



878,709 
858,084 
992,881 
608,427 
977,030 

586,486 
610,261 
986,882 
710,289 
704,296 

1,071,416 
965,060 
613,671 
149,783 
812,646 

492,755 
87:«, 931 
878,266 
1,474,278 
895,064 

421,259 
1,079,471 
424,939 
998,647 
374,167 
691,157 

1,021,698 
984,549 
912,185 
389,571 

899,742 
835,925 
818,498 
736,595 
608,339 
481,856 
643,668 

962,214 
292,571 
170,406 
355,812 
516,024 
289,483 
648,277 
832,102 

769,897 
815,872 
495,086 
929,616 
1,269,797 
711,906 

442,609 
699,164 
785,882 
1,331,662 
434,868 



118,692,844 



48,040 
174,427 
457,510 

78,907 
166,668 

95,888 
112,880 
181,392 
172,891 

882,828 

164,026 
200,641 
128,408 
11,890 
166,891 

69,850 

91,601 

47,340 

415,875 

278,769 

76,164 
152,819 

78,418 
170, 1?2 

59,936 
105,330 

200,020 

270,886 

625,677 

63,852 

166,262 
83,615 

152,377 
98,822 

230,566 
47,560 
88,666 

462,634 
56,668 
27,840 
78,958 
97,820 
48,444 

107,691 
66,442 

183,416 
71,291 
79,040 
214,626 
418,048 
183,279 

76,016 
124,782 
291,589 
856,010 

69,928 



—12 A. 



B 



178 



Statement — Continued. 



9 


Counties. 


Patent Rights. 


Steamboats, Sailing 
Vessels, Etc. 


Total 
value of 
enumer- 
ated prop- 
erty. 


Merchan- 
dise. 




No. 


Value. 


At. 


No. 


Value. 


Av. 




15 
















$1,016,970 
647,099 
460,828 
662,743 
909,646 

288,148 
249,040 
217,870 
281,978 
286,146 
288,210 
217,498 
179,746 
818,489 
169,896 

289,345 
404,665 
731,069 
674,846 
817,889 
799,842 

267,419 
690,644 
215,159 
671,448 
292,446 

274,129 
219,461 
161,520 
252,884 
187,880 
804,413 
362,726 
239,608 
248,933 

172,613 
281,488 
226,076 
178,674 
288,188 
260,660 
112,987 
341,181 
288,358 
841,469 


$218,842 

167,892- 






* 




























77,67* 
100,942 
267,881 




Edgar 








1 


$1,400 


$1,400 00 




Vermilion 








16 


Clark 


1 


*4 


14 00 








42,889' 




2 


88 


16 60 


46,590 












86,691 


















26,478 








80 










83,187 












27,967 




Lawrence 








2 


215 


107 60 


24,67& 




Richland 








40,697 




Wavne 














88,886 
86,866 

64,514 


17 




1 


10 


10 00 


2 


60 


• 80 00 




Macoupin 


2 


86 


16 00 








68,768 










182,412 


















189,907 


















48,658 




Shelby 




12 










112,672 


18 


Bond 












60,888 




Madison 








2 


6,600 


8,800 00 


221, 146 




.Monroe 








46,828 




St. Clair 








16 
1 

1 


78,120 
40 

8 


4,882 60 
40 00 

800 


297,171 












62,800 


19 


Clinton 




$10 




44, 7W 




Franklin 






28,308 




Gallatin 








5 


886 


167 00 


42,590 




Hamilton 








24,280 




Hardin 








26 


922 


85 46 


80.430 












40,184 




Marion 














117,207 




Saline 




10 










42,727 




White 






2 
11 


70 
46,657 


86 00 
4,241 56 


62,696 


20 


Alexander 








106,966 












82,27» 




Johnnon 














49,760 




Massac 


1 


76 


76 00 


5 


8,025 


605 00 


66,582 




Perry 


64,448 




Pope 








3 

1 

12 


705 

20 

2,182 


285 00 

20 00 

181 88 


88,776 




Pulaski 








88,257 




Randolph 


• • • • ■ • 


25 




78,640 






72,970 




Williamson 














68,620 




Grand Agg 


















62 


1,988 


$87 17 


647 


$286,692 


$442 96 


$56,666,819 


$25,889,846 



/ 



179 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



ao 
SD 

Oft 



CoiTNTIBB. 



Material 
and manu- 
factured 
articlea. 



Man'fers* 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Agricult'l 
tools, im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Gold 


Dia- 


and silver 


monds 


plate and 


and 


plated 


jewel- 


ware. 


ry. 



Moneys of 

bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



Credits 
of hank, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



8 



9 



10 



Cook 



Boone. .. 
DeEalb. . 
Kane .... 
Lake .... 
McHenry 



Carroll 

to Day less.... 

Ogle 

Stephenson.... 
Winnebago.... 



Bureau ... 

Henry 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



DnPage. 
Grundy , 
Kendall 
LaSalle. 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois... 

Kankakee. 

Livingston 

Marshall... 

Woodford.. 



Fulton. 
Knox. . 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



11 



12 



18 



14 



Hancock 

Henderson .. 
McDonough . 

Mercer 

Rock Island. 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams . 
Brown. . , 
Calhoun. 

Cass 

Greene . 
Jersey. ., 
Pike.... 
Scott.... 



Christian , 

Mason 

Menard.... 

Morgan 

Sangamon. 
Tazewell .. 



DeWitt. 
Logan. . 
Macon ., 
McLean 
Piatt ... 



$1,906,481 



1,415 

16,788 

144,886 

8,251 

9,092 

998 

5,406 

1,775 

18,450 

166,507 

7,978 

10,484 

8,868 



80,200 

2,883 

915 

15,773 

68,236 

193,791 

1,000 
6,186 
l,29i) 
6,415 
5,860 
4,175 

25,380 

16,063 

66,226 

160 

11,835 
1,065 

13,049 

1,802 

175,309 

1,045 

15,128 

101,088 

1,018 

1,285 

170 

8,265 



18,845 
486 

2,724 

8,080 

856 

26,246 

81,578 

19,188 



8,487 

28,808 

6,986 

1,816 



|1,118,502 



8,421 
6,745 

4,510 

. 4,31*5 

4,620 

8,809 

17,191 

25,448 

28,602 

1,000 

6,842 
155 
6,262 
3,100 
80,602 
2,857 
4,939 

58,637 

1,822 

4,215 

715 

8,759 



2,798 
1,214 

8,967 

2,009 

1,866 

880 

89,078 

12,881 

2,677 

3,957 

88,611 

21,069 

2,216 



$59,766 



11,464 


20,228 


28,097 


40,611 


209,798 


43,461 


8,284 


20,2*2 


12,659 


67,275 


1,188 


27,491 


6,484 


28,243 


5,111 


57,492 


19, 176 


50,048 


124,669 


40,018 


5,787 


44,324 


19,582 


64,852 


8,957 


29,652 


1,786 


6,895 


22,841 


82,989 


6.845 


82,536 


12,961 


20,511 


15,880 


80,542 


44,701 


80,588 


144,025 


49,308 



82, 173 
74,981 
17,643 
77,883 
20,091 
46,706 

57, 474 
44, 696 
47, 730 
18,3b3 

40,48** 
12, 130 
33,314 
28,841 
18, 334 
25,152 
28,021 

46,227 
18,037 
18,405 
22.182 
25, 152 
21,229 
85,208 
18,848 

82,602 
21,982 
28,000 
40.692 
88,206 
46,468 

18,914 
49,471 
41,368 
P8,093 
81,807 



$16,086 



820 

1,428 

690 

255 

102 

1,191 

55 

71 
5,195 

444 

26 

100 



$16,920 



847 

505 

160 

10 

1,076 

1,880 

205 
740| 
235' 
lltii 

65, 

v *25, 

2S5| 
875 



148 

45 

201 

210 

798 

10 

40 

8,476 
40 



210 



821 
184 

48 

220 

lGt 

1,105 

4,100 

268 

210 
826 
865 
984 
4 



95 

2,948 

50 

660 

26 

416 

50 

166 

8,860 

849 



286 
815 
480 



100 
1,150 
1,255 

155 
194 
2»0 

757 

220 

10 

870 

820 

1,390 



118 

5 

329 

70* 

i,&;o 



815 

8,890 
10 
60 



25 
65 

66 

20 
20 



4,128 
888 

294 
186 

776 
1,290 



$966,890 



5,200 

19,648 

900 

11,860 

22,292 

62,840 

41,527 

16,673 

8,879 

89,556 

21,078 

6,950 

578 

11,701 

8,100 
1,041 
8,898 
48,245 
6,811 

6,692 
16,733 

8,(550 
33,948 
12,831 

8,307 

26,651 

13,275 

811,800 

4,36 
42,215 



89,364 
5,060 
29, 252 
12,495 
20,380 

52,366 
6,332 



8,348 

149, 195 

11,600 

87,725 

20,875 

70,872 
20,6a) 
17,290 
6?, 000 
188,891 
27,684 

67,718 
17,517 
241,989 
24,189 
18,479 



$80,808 



14,020 
86,257 



7,240 

7,911 

6,518 

2,667 

10,428 

900 

5,724 
10,400 

6,820 

690 

16,W8 



53,900 

473 

11,270 

4,000 

5,420 

24,328 

500 

28,191 

800 

5,528 

47,2*15 

10, 123 

24, 124 

7,534 

22,903 

'64,200 

22,820 

69,6ft3 

12,118 

8,148 

29,301 
646 



6,602 
23,189 



6,626 

18,692 

2,225 

8,640 

1,860 

15,746 

20,188 

18,978 

8,676 

10,068 

42,812 

8,076 



B 



180 



Statement-»-ContinTied. 



6 

E 
3 



15 



16 



17 



18 



19 



20 



Counties. 



Material 
and manu- 
factured 
articles. 



Manners' 
tools. Im- 
plement* 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Agricult'l 
tool*, Im- 
plements 
and ma- 
chinery. 



Gold 
and silver 
plate and 

plated 

ware. 



Champaign 

Coles. 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion 

Clay 

Clark 

Crawford 

Cumberland. .. 

Edwards 

Jasper 

Lawrence 

Richland 

Wayne 

Wabash 

Effingham 

Fayette 

Macoupin 

Montgomery. . . 

Moultrie 

Shelby 

Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

St. Clair 

Washington.... 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hamilton 

Hardin 

Jefferson 

Marion 

Saline 

White 

Alexander 

Jackson 

Johnson 

Masaac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph 

Union 

Williamson . . . 

Grand Agg. 



Dia- 
monds 

and 
jewel- 
ry. 



Moneys of 

bank, 

banker, 

broker, 

etc. 



$5,871 
8,190 
1,727 
2,641 
8,187 

259 

1,529 

451 

118 

667 

547 

1,428 

517 

110 

1,155 

2,400 
1,770 
1,884 
10,919 
40 
8,050 

1.565 
26,769 

1,686 
29,625 

5,060 

5,592 
253 

768 

27 

795 

211 

1,989 

6,206 

1,957 

5,587 
1,010 
1,163 

12,619 

1,989 

495 

7,040 

16,509 

4,908 

545 



$2,681,678 



$10,997 

12,844 

4,658 

4,781 

18,452 

2,204 
1,669 
2,677 
1,462 
8,675 
2,400 
2,887 
4,091 
751 
2,595 

6,595 
4,142 
5,664 
11,475 
8,828 
6,270 

2,847 

82,883 

501 

87,992 

2,882 

8,246 
8,827 
8,165 
2,887 
8,401 
. 8,851 
8,051 
6,044 
8,040 

8,700 

8,098 

9,706 

20,874 

5,121 

8,833 

9,807 

11,815 

10,064 

10.858 



$2,575,187 



$59,728 
83,918 
28,014 
82,482 
89,158 

18,409 
12,812 
13,784 
18,587 
15,499 
16,578 
17,483 
12,844 
12,641 
16,724 

22,569 
80,231 
83,892 
89,994 
19,178 
47, 118 

17,674 
66,455 
80,972 
58,702 
28,606 

24,503 

8,807 

11,190 

7,866 

9,661 

12,977 

17,116 

13,544 

14,761 

6,819 
21,205 
14,267 
16,817 
16,408 
15,165 

6,060 
88,672 
25,385 
18,823 



$3,116,890 



$885 

408 
108 
105 
508 

74 

48 

74 

7 

187 
20 

150 
65 
58 



866 
166 
101 
25 
606 

80 
935 



894 
43 

101 
25 
68 
78 
25 
77 

143 
81 
80 

503 
284 
94 
220 
111 
180 



680 

115 

5 



$54,751 



$100 

645 

45 

424 

640 

77 



16 
195 

"i* 



215 
147 
85 
120 
176 

50 
465 



213 
11 

95 

5 

15 

10 



7 
45 
49 



815 
60 
22 
10 
20 

185 



786 

98 

185 



$50,558 



$14,481 

25,185 

6,580 

80,996 

52,779 

2,185 
8,679 
6,218 
2,880 
2,320 
8,078 
6,580 
1,278 
6,734 
1,394 

7,758 
18,690 
25,545 
88,646 

4,665 
22,183 

81,195 

89,660 

200 

49,770 

8,295 

8,817 

271 

29,570 

8,528 

1,693 

23,701 

29,066 

1,919 

8,207 

500 
8,077 
9,022 
7,700 
1,742 
5,500 
6,000 
8,992 
6,970 
8,148 



$8,279,664 



Credits 
of bank, 
banker, 
broker, 
etc. 



$12,462 

22,799 

4,760 

8,828 

17, m 

17,086 

4,984 

1.695 

757 

240 

264 

4,575 

24,267 

2,987 

4,688 

1,808 

16,726 

10,686 

9,888 

1,548 

28,242 

4,175 
2,065 



17,887 
6,071 

1,806 
2,191 

875 
4,782 
6,762 
1,147 
4,670 

300 
1,865 



889 
16,981 



2,800 
8,011 
2,955 
1,928 



$1,050,489 



181 



B 



Statement — Continued. 



Counties. 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



Cook. 



Boone 
DeKalb .. 

Kane 

Lake 

McHenry. 



Carroll 

Jo Davieas . 

Ogle. 

Stephenson 
Winnebago. 



Bureau. 
Henry.. 
Lee .... 
Putna 



Whiteside 



in., 



Da Page 
Grundy 
Kendall 
LaSalle 
Will.... 



Ford 

Iroquois . . 
Kankakee., 
Livingston 
Marshall . . 
Woodford. 



Pnlton 
Knox . 
Peoria 
Stark . 



Hancock 

Henderson . . , 
McDonough.. 

Mercer , 

Kock Island., 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 



Credits 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 



Adams . . 
Brown .. 
Calhoun 

Cass 

Greene . . 
Jersey... 

Pike 

Scott.... 



Chrletain . 
Mason. ... 
Menard . . . 
Morgan ... 
Sangamon 
Tazewell .. 



DeWitt. 
Logan . . 
Macon . 
McLean 
Piatt... 



$1,061,264 



216,471 

162,926 

187,667 

28,482 

96,548 

142,741 
123,440 
148,881 
212,424 
154,881 

178,987 

125,124 

48,207 

82,560 

126,010 

44,815 

89,687 

188,494 

186,2b5 

180,811 

10,947 
125,899 

22,875 
101,208 

19,788 
111,924 

187,181 

287,578 

99,554 

47,218 

114,974 

2,800 

184,105 

74,868 
128,212 
125,705 

41,986 

265,298 

57,889 

760 

88,108 

97,146 

56,758 

167,876 

251,285 

81,874 
5,890 

83,485 
258,415 
157,662 
112,197 

88,426 
61,206 
69,092 
122,494 
25,256 



$190,585 



210,848 

861,609 

98,299 

205,287 

106,700 
226,828 
859,865 
157,409 
654,509 

177,518 
270,850 
177,807 
14,267 
141,507 

154,745 

76,926 

85,819 

504,519 

104,068 

22,840 
72,876 
29,815 
111,829 
102,860 
80,827 

402,966 
248,000 
119,040 
159,786 

202,474 
121,620 
229,991 
286,006 
46,020 
142,624 
420,667 

99,796 
89,256 
116,815 
57,007 
64,010 



168,908 
28,784 

100,911 
1,000 
190,686 
218,855 
88,798 
242,955 

47,916 
81,008 
96,790 
538,240 
20,848 



Bonds 

and 
stocks. 



Shares of 

capital 

stock of 

companies 
not of 

this State. 



Pawn- 
brok- 
ers 1 
prop- 
erty. 



Property of 
corpora- 
tions not 
before enu- 
merated. 



Bridge 
property. 



$7,040 



4,255 



14,180 



640 



1,000 
2,888 

11,058 

600 

5,000 



50 



888 
1,880 



2,967 
1,500 



44,856 

6,166 

14,000 

160 

886 
4,715 



1,400 
"265 



141,886 



685 



801 
20 



1,410 

3,900 

80,466 

2,910 

5/<00 

70 

7,260 

4,956 

50 



$1,000 



28, 050 



275 

1,200 

788 

259,040 

1,221 
8,750 



1,675 
1,100 



418 



146 

1,895 
800 
280 



1,110 
2,260 



100 



10 
955 



887 



962 
540 

168 

25 

9,594 

178 



$8,800 



10 



1,850 



1,685 



126 



$498,558 



1,756 
2,947 
7,617 
14,840 
6,742 

8,826 

6,848 

8,802 

114,858 

18,682 

8,842 
6,088 



1,665 

5,620 
18,844 

5,629 
46,994 
27,890 

8 
11,650 



9,704 
1,428 
8,992 

9,892 

11,860 

28,611 

650 

4,396 
1,950 
2,218 

867 
47,489 

860 
2,245 

84,159 
489 



1,921 

2,085 

948 

790 

1,847 

7,219 
817 
4,170 
6,486 
4,895 
26,928 

10 

6,809 

52,175 

174,886 

148 



$1,600 



6 



900 
50 



4,020 



15,876 



12,000 



805 



100 



B 



182 



Statement — Continued. 



g 

* 


Counties. 


Moneys 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 


Credits 
of other 

than 
banker, 

etc. 


Bonds 

and 
stocks. 


Shares of 
capital 
stock of 

companies 
not of 

this State. 


Pawn- 
brok- 
ers* 
prop- 
erty. 


Property of 
corpora- 
tions not 
before enu- 
merated. 


Bridge 
property. 


15 


Champaign .... 
Colee. : 


$70,905 
54,814 
46,054 
28,917 
81,978 

10,046 

15,632 

8,2)17 

1,689 

6,601 

14,487 

24,053 

19,858 

17,481 


$42,991 
98,847 
65,790 

184,686 
91,235 

26,552 

88,588 

44,8(12 

2ll,2R8 

147,709 

1,785 

9,869 

82,520 

19.690 

35,897 

10,168 

44,746 

182,101 

37,781 

8,687 
81,882 

48,816 
155,716 
66,945 
98,828 
88,295 

61,844 

10,634 

855 

29,197 

4,530 
34,682 
56,719 

5,484 
47,972 


$975 


$13,625 




$11,229 

20,615 

824 










Edgar 


61 
1,006 
1,150 

68 


200 












Clay 






813 

1,992 
1,719 




16 


60 








Clark 






Cumberland . . . 
Wayne 




995 








127 










4 

1,698 




976 
5,743 






150 
















2,455 
















Wabash 












17 


Fayette 


9,816 

41,556 

183,818 

121,671 

80,859 

56,210 

26,389 
422,563 

80,588 
417,480 

94,784 

109,837 
11,702 
18,940 
8,158 
1,150 
10,688 
55,265 
25,820 
11,244 

2,916 
16,106 

8,767 
55,198 

7,913 

7,186 








75 






1,866 

8,242 

800 

2,228 

* 4,080 


* 








Montgomery . .. 
Shelby 


920 




8,006 
7,181 
1,646 
7,060 

1,435 
66,865 


♦J? 












170 

400 
1,580 






18 


Bond 






Monroe 

Washington.... 

Clinton 

Franklin 

Gallatin 

Hardin 


518 

190 

20,697 

800 

-874 
1,058 










15 




17,045 
1,071 

300 








19 


17 
666 






■ 








540 






1,289 
518 
250 


50 










575 

928 

20 

21,508 

821 

56,248 

20 

75 

206 

5,709 






Marion. 


















Saline 


1,285 
64 


55 












20 


450 

15,000 

60 

400 


$100 
6 






4,565 
13,878 
26,284 

5,681 
87,867 

4,895 
24,762 
24,724 
41,677 


1,220 
173 














Perry 








Pope 


ioo 










Pulaski 






1,200 
5,001 






Onion 


124,706 

89,086 

2,906 


6,454 
1,748 
1,850 


6 












Williamson.... 
Grand Agg. 






















19,456,578 


$11,176,880 


$878,958 


$338,618 


$11,595 


$1,542,740 


$84,785 



183 



B 



Statement — Continued. 






COUNTIES. 



Property 

of saloons 

and eating 

houses. 



House- 
hold and' 

office 
furniture. 



Invest- 
ment* In 
real estate 

and im- 
provements 

thereon. 



Grain of 
all kinds. 



8haree of 
stock of 
State and 
National 
banks. 



All other 
property. 



1 
2 
8 

4\ 



6 



8 



9 



10 



11 



12 



18 



14 



j-Cook 



Boone ... 
DeKalb . . 
Kane 

Lake 

McHenry 



Carroll ..... 
Jo Daviess. , 

Ogle 

Stephenson 
Winnebago 



Bureau . . . 
Henry .... 

Lee 

Putnam... 
Whiteside 



DnPage. 
Grunay , 
Kendall. 
LaSalle , 
Will .... 



Ford 

Iroquois.., 
Kankakee. . 
Livingston. 
Marshall... 
Woodford , 



Fnlton. 
Knox ., 
Peoria 
Stark. 



Hancock.... 
Henderson . . 
McDonongh 

Mercer 

Rock Island 
Schnyler , . . . 
Warren 



Adams.. 
Brown . . 
Calhoun 
Cass.... 
Greene.. 
Jersey . . 
Pike.... 
Scott.... 



Christian . 
Mason .... 
Menard . . . 
Morgan ... 
Sangamon 
Tazewell . 



DeWitt . 
Logan .. 
Macon .. 
McLean 
Piatt.... 



186,964 



825 

725 

14,58? 

1,197 

2,867 

585 

606 

280 

1,601 

6,466 

1,698 
1,120 
1,006 
86 
2,028 

425 

1,160 



11,696 
6,758 

170 
1,706 
1,774 
1,620 
1,796 
1,806 

90 

2,740 

1,975 

100 

496 
175 
862 
847 
4,400 



245 

8,846 

J CO 

626 

2,290 

1,010 



79 
1,076 

2,288 
265 



450 
8,085 
2,645 

1,711 
1,085 
7,046 
2,880 



$2,809,884 



46,448 
109,368 
808,067 

86,058 
105,860 

67,945 

68,806 

109,175 

114,082 

202,027 

86,482 

189,058 

91,248 

11,660 

116,878 

101,229 

87,067 

46,518 

211,699 

188,969 

86,798 
96,945 
48,914 
111,666 
47,889 
70,887 

148,267 

186,882 

184,764 

82,981 

91,588 
81,786 
88,802 
68,186 
146,724 
44,576 
68,962 

297,068 
40,840 
21,586 
44,128 
65,988 
40,416 

108,662 
42,982 

68,499 

46,619 

69,480 

119,476 

278,581 

122,429 

45,805 

86,408 

194,897 

207,196 

62,029 



$8,270 



4,894 
2,170 



2,490 

245 

980 

802 

1,860 

4,249 

696 
4,998 
1,500 



860 

8,580 

1,425 

985 

1,880 

15,296 

20 
4,968 
4,825 
5,813 
825 
4,666 

1,668 
2,210 



1,201 
160 



585 

704 

6,580 



85 

7,697 
150 



800 
1,555 



800 



2,760 
2,925 
1,870 
2,745 
7,526 
467 

680 



8,021 
8,167 
2,840 



$9,840 



8,801 

84,896 

4,846 



1,872 

8,878 

2,686 

61,299 

12,906 

7,486 

78,028 
70,315 
16,188 
18,615 
20,199 

200 

41,726 

86,270 

211,285 

4,960 

82.460 
81,657 
6,286 
251,215 
40,086 
86,616 

60,154 
62,875 
68,868 
88,596 

21,540 
25,768 
89,081 
64,878 
6,106 
14,281 
48,021 

17,057 
8,845 
8,540 
17,278 
28,809 
11,266 
14,586 
16,106 

41,886 
8,978 
42,876 
21,784 
76,815 
48,688 



107,870 

125,961 

178,986 

88,120 



$4,488,660 



62,805 

40,000 

206,828 

8,402 

15,000 

48,562 



41,286 

18,521 

65 

148,022 

180, 989 

61,000 



102,600 



40,000 



280,152 
101,996 

6,600 



7,500 
46,000 
87,500 
10,500 

48,000 
189,140 



2,896 



152,670 
"'72,'oi8 



6,851 



84,759 

8,284 

16,664 



15,400 



15,000 

88,487 

488,900 

68,980 

8,889 
82,916 
16,000 



2,861 



$114,704 



4,881 

16,224 

67,547 

480 

28,478 

7,746 

7,877 

14.927 

79,500 

45,090 

17,626 
22,446 
29,960 
1,610 
27,460 

6,281 
16,092 

8,088 
80,865 
67,844 

15,485 
81,787 
88,462 

28,654 
8,846 
4,611 

21,887 

26,768 

882,065 

10,481 

12,582 
19,290 
19,857 
28,770 
17,714 
2,949 
9,792 

26,509 

14,000 

625 

8,265 

""8,'997 
7,006 
2,198 

12,884 
18,118 
6,668 
7,406 
14,194 
17,815 

66,019 

80,044 

4,641 

88,416 



B 



184 



Statement — Continued. 



s 



Counties. 



Property 

of saloons 

and eating 

houses. 



House- 
hold and 

office 
furniture. 



Invest- 
ments in 
real estate 

and im- 
provements 
thereon. 



Grain of 
all kinds. 



Shares of 

stock of 

State and 

National 

banks. 



All other 
property. 



15 



10 



17 



Champaign 

Coles 

Douglas.... 

Edgar 

Vermilion . 



Clay 

Clark 

Crawford . . . 
Cumberland 
Edwards .... 

Jasper 

Lawrence . . . 
Richland.... 

Wayne 

Wabash 



18 



19 



90 



Effingham . . . 

Fayette 

Macoupin.... 
Montgomery. 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison 

Monroe . 
St. Clair .... 
Washington 



Clinton.. 
Franklin. 
Gallatin . 
Hamilton 
Hardin..., 
Jefferson . 
Marion . . . 
Saline .... 
White 



Alexander., 
Jackson .... 
Johnson 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph... 

Union 

Williamson. 



*12 

4,996 

166 

880 

5,010 



180 
10 
TO 



855 

150 
1,890 



575 

500 
697 
VIM 

1,951 
200 

1,087 



Grand Aggregate . . , 



7,296 
718 

5,900 
412 

784 

'"175 



850 

25 

510 

1,848 

285 

2,706 
8,540 



1,150 
894 
250 

1,026 
608 
101 
481 



$198,782 



$188,529 

88,678 

16,110 

78,497 

144,200 

81,728 
86,015 
86,417 
82,887 
28,011 
24,700 
85,186 
81,181 
88,607 
29,907 

45,218 
49,012 
78,689 
86,756 
80,168 
89,780 

87,091 
170,894 

81,902 
106,727 

42,226 

46,778 
26,948 
88,052 
24,094 
18,572 
87,215 
78,278 
89,061 
88,688 

59,976 
56,467 
85,106 
58,506 
47,426 
40,287 
20,846 
66,494 
68,529 
49,252 



$10,882,180 



$2,015 

6,588 

50 

262 

1,594 



268 
426 
828 



40 

1,106 

814 



290 

487 

1,160 

2,884 

9 

860 



10,730 



6,618 
1,010 

786 
66 
50 

116 



1,510 
828 
191 
180 



690 

288 

4,480 

685 



1,911 

8,843 

980 

118 



$184,288 



$128,429 

45,768 

4,988 

88,816 

48,286 

5,496 
8,029 
8,298 
5,756 
6,018 
4,677 
6,962 
1,606 
6,680 
8,520 

6,021 
12,544 
14,586 
15,5t« 
40,186 
57,869 

11,470 
49,574 
15,088 
22,216 
8,691 

7,980 
4,862 
8,218 
4,168 
780 
1,083 
8,064 
8,696 
8,874 

567 
8,842 

4,718 

725 

1,576 

5,560 



18,942 
2,924 
2,812 



$8,016,884 



$15,000 

167,981 

6,268 

64,413 

70,000 

875 
8,595 



10 



11,400 



71 
22,'i&6 



87,140 

140 

40,000 

86 

160 



26 

1,049 



44,000 



60,000 
18,500 



25,000 



200 
9,821 



$7,618,181 



$27,779 
24,265 
17,500 
11,041 
49,713 

2,713 

863 

8,482 

95 

646 

2,827 

45 

1,907 

4,140 

2,888 

9,087 

11,422 

12,972 

2,502 

11,467 

5,020 
16,602 

8,173 
99,062 

5,660 

2,779 
415 

8,065 

' *i,"475 
1,859 

81,481 
4,203 
1,705 

4,090 
2,411 
1,650 
8,962 
5,187 
1,253 
586 
11,743 
6,488 
4,131 



$1,977,945 



185 



B 



Statement — Continued. 




Total 

value of 

nnenn- 

merated 

property. 



Total 

value of 

personal 

property. 



6 



8 



9 



Cook. 



Boone.... 
DeKalb... 
Kane 
Lake... . 
HcHenry 



Carroll 

Jo Daviess . 

Ogle 

Stephenson. 
Winnebago , 



Bureau 
Henry. 
Lee 



Putnam... 
Whiteside. 



Ford 

Iroquois... 
Kankakee.. 
Livingston 
Marshal) .. 
Woodford. 



10 Fulton. 
Knox.. 
Peoria. 
Stark.. 



11 



12 



lft 



14 



Hancock 

Henderson. . . 
McDonough . 

Mercer 

Rock Island. 

Schuyler 

Warren 



Adams. . . 
Brown... 
Calhonn. 

Cass 

Greene. . , 
Jersey . . , 

Pike 

Scott.... 



Christian . 
Mason. .... 
Menard. . . 
Morgan..., 
Sangamon. 
Tazewell . 



DeWitt . 
Logan .. 
Macon. . 
McLean. 
Piatt.... 



DnPage , 

Grundy «, 

Kendall 

LaSalle 

Will „ 



$28,179,276 



420,884 
846,887 
2,078,703 
841,472 
723,618 

682,698 
649,406 
976,676 
991,298 
2,026,628 

962,747 

1,160,346 

606,860 

96,626 

820,879 

481,994 

449,046 

424,769 

2,104,188 

1,868,446 

248,968 
712,946 
260,926 
964,687 
867,986 
648,797 

1,280,061 

1,889,086 

1,902,676 

886,792 

780,680 
269,128 
826,842 
669,789 
1,168,899 
481,227 
819,868 

1,704,467 
249,898 
194,646 
806,021 
561,767 
211,316 
716,066 
452,230 

646,869 

195,889 

685,878 

1,074,298 

1,779,781 

* 940,068 

874.819 

616,461 

1,017,882 

1,791,822 

812,456 



$29,007,490 



794,048- 
1,698,871 
8,066,684 

844,899- 
1,700,648- 

1,069,029 
1,259,66» 
1,962,458 
1,701, 58* 
2,780,924 

2,084,168- 
2,126,405 
1,220,521 
245,258 
1,688,026- 

924,749 

824,977 

798,025 

8,678,466 

2,268,509- 

670,212 
1,792,417 

685,865 
1,988.184 

742,108. 
1,189,964 

2,801,759- 

2,828,684 

2,814,861 

775,868- 

1,680,872 
695,048 
1,640,840 
1,406,884 
1,666,788- 
918,088- 
1,468,521 

2,656,681 
542,464 
864,950 
661,888 

1,077,781 
600,749 

1,862,848 
784,882 

1,316,266 
511,211 
1,080,958. 
2,008,913 
3,049,678 
1,661,978 

816,928. 
1,816,626 
1,803.214 
3,128,874 

747,314 



B 



186 



Statement — Continued. 



OD 

H 



Couwrree. 



Total 

value of 

nnecu- 

merated 

property. 



Total 

value of 

personal 

property. 



15 Champaign. 

Colee 

Douglas 

Edgar 

Vermilion. . 



16 



17 



Clay 

Clark , 

Crawford 

Cumberland 
Edwards .... 

Jasper 

Lawrence ... 
Richland.... 

W ayne 

Wabash 



18 



19 



20 



Effingham... 

Payette 

Macoupin. .. 
Montgomery 

Moultrie 

Shelby 



Bond 

Madison 

Monroe 

8t. Clair 

Washington. 



Clinton... 
Franklin., 
Gallatin . 
Hamilton. 
Hardin ... 
Jefferson . 
Marion . . . 
Saline 
White. ... 



Alexander.', 
Jackson. ... 
Johnson.... 

Massac 

Perry 

Pope 

Pulaski 

Randolph. . 

Union 

William sob. 



$759,148 
788,370 
281,869 
627,611 
888,231 

157,107 
173,686 
149,612 
107,715 
244,865 
105,035 
136,176 
173,804 
140,816 
142,460 

180,065 
302,199 
644,741 
682,997 
189,027 
652,167 

288,596 
1,328,801 

277,266 
1,876,782 

296,655 

814,904 
99,618 
158,156 
106,474 
89,697 
169,835 
442,882 
178,414 
186,825 

811,488 
288,165 
160,160 
286,738 
154,888 
145,636 
98,577 
424,882 
252,990 
201,076 



Grand Aggregate. 



$86,415,238 



$1,776,118 

1,429,469 

782,197 

1,180,264 

1,792,867 

379,260 
422,676 
366,962 
329,688 
470,510 
388,246 
363,678 
853,060 
464,805 
812,856 

469,410 

7(16,784 

1,875,810 

1,257,848 

506,916 

1,851,609 

501,014 
2,018,846 

492,426 
2,047,175 

589,100 

589,088 
318,979 
814,678 
369,358 
218,527 
478,748 
805,607 
418,022 
435,768 

484,061 
614,608 
886,236 
464,807 
888,076 
406,095 
206,514 
766,068 
686,848 
642,686 



$141,961,067 



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No. 26.— Table of the rates per cent, of addition to or deduction 
from the Assessed Value of each class of property in each 
County in the State for the year 1890, as determined by the 
State Board of Equalization. 



% 
1 

Counties. 


psbsonal 
Pbopbbty. 


Lands. 


Lots. 




Add. 


Bed. 


Add. 


Ded. 


Add. 


Bed. 






4 

86 




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23 




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8 

10 

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6 








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R 






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9 
18 




64 






K 








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Clinton 


9 
9 

7 


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18 
17 
26 






10 






10 








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13 
11 


ir 


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JO 












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9 
7 
1 

20 
2 

17 




Q 


DeWitt 




9 




10 








K 




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3 

18 
4 


20 

78 

83 

i2 

8 

27 


21 
4 
6 
























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13 


5 


1 








10 






4 

20 

2 


4 




5 
18 


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1 






A 




3 




2 

10 
4 




10 




3 
8 
4 

10 
14 


IS 






61 

16 

12 

1 


20 

10 

45 

6 


54 

10 

10 

7 


Henderson. 














16 




9 e »' 




2 


1 








7 








11 










15 

10 

6 

10 

13 
10 

11 


82 

4 

82 




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11 

14 
9 

11 
5 
7 

16 

10 


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25 
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12 
10 












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9 


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3 


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12 








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20 










6 


5 
10 










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12 
24 

4 
15 

40 
11 


13 




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10 










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27 




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1 










7 
12 


18 

20 
6 

20 


10 
10 


20 

15 
8 




10 














50 


40 



197 
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Counties. 


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44 Feb. 8.... 

1893 July 1.... 



1890 Jan. 1.... 

4 4 4 4 -I 

A ■ • • • 



1900 on or before 



4 4 
4 4 



4 f 
4 4 



4 4 
f 4 



1891 July 1.... 

4 4 4 4 -I 

1881 Mar. l'.'.'.l 

ti ii i 



1891 July 1.... 
1882 and 1892.... 



1871 July 1.... 1891 July 1... 



1871 Aug.*Septl 
July 5 



1871 Mar. 1.... 

4 4 4 4 "I 

44 Apr. 9!!!! 

187a July 1.... 



1869 July ltafter 
44 Nov.* July 1 



1871 Apr. 20.... 

" Mar. 23.... 

1873 Apr. 10.... 



44 Aug.ASeptl 
July 5 — 



1881 Mar. 1., 
44 » » 1 

X a 1 
4 4 « 4 ■» 

1882 July I*.! 



1884 July & Nov. 

44 11 44 



1881 Mar. 1.... 
44 44 » 

1883 Apr. 10...! 



243 



B 



and Towns, registered in Auditors office, in pursuance of an act en- 
of Counties, Townships, (Sties and Towns, ,} in force April 16, 1869. 



Interest—when 
payable. 



s 

o 

P 

© 

CD 



When registered. 



Denom- 
ination. 



No. 



Amount. 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept. 
30,1890. 



o 





9 



July l.ann.... 

A» • • • • 



Jan. and July.. 



< • 

• * 

< f 

i 4 
I < 
i i 



. * 
* . 



Deo. l,ann — 
Jan. 1, " .... 

X, • . * . 



Jan. l.ann.... 
Aug. *and Feb.. 
May and Nov.. 
Jan. l,ann — 



Oct. l.ann... 
Dec. 1, 



• < 
< < 



July l.ann 

4 1 1 « 4 

■M f • » • • 

Jan. and July.. 



July and Jan. 1 



June 



• 4 

* * 



Jul 7 
Mar. 



l,ann 

•*» 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 



July 

Sept, 

July 



l.ann 
1. " 
1. " 
1. " 
1. " 



Mar. and Sept. 

ii Ct 

« « n 

July and Jan. 1 

July & Nov..ann 
< < • • < i 



Mar. and Sept.. 
Mar. l,ann.... 
Apr. 10, '• 



10 
10 
10 



1870 Oct 28 and 81.. 



8. 



1872 Dec. 28. 

1875 Mar. 24. 

" April 9. 

" 10. 

1872 Dec. 21. 

1875 Mar. 19. 

" April 9. 

" 10. 



1871 April 15. 

" T * 15. 

" 15. 



6 !871 May 6 & Nov., '85 

10:1870 Feb. 24 

10| " April 25 

61871 July 31 



101871 April 7 & after., 
10l 1869 Dec. 31 " 
10J870Jan. 4 



81870 July 18 

10 " Mar. 14 :.... 

8 1873 Various months. 



6 
6 
6 
7 
7 
10 
10 



10 



1869 Nov. 10 & after.. 

1870 May 31 



1882 Feb. 18 

1883 Oct. 6 

1885 July 8 

1871 July 27 

1873 April 17 & after 

1872 " 11 



11. 



1871 8ept. 14 

10,1872 s ' 21 

10 1871 July 5 & after. 
10, " Aug. 21 & Sept. 8 
10 1872 Deo. 12 



10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 



10 

7 
8 



1872 Mar. 6 

• < • < i* 

" April 12;;;]!!;;; 

1873 July 5 & after., 



1870 Sept. 1 & Nov. 11 



1872 Feb. 22 & after. 

1871 Oct. 17 

1878 April 24 



$1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 
500 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 

oOO 00 

1,000 00 



1,00000 

500 00 
1,000 00 



1.000 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 
500 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 
100 00 
500 00 
500 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 



200 
15 



95 
61 
10 
29 
95 
56 
10 
29 



40 

400 
400 



49 

400 

22 

16 



37 

70 
40 



10 

10 

100 



125 
249 



73 

2 

17 

80 

95 

110 

200 



50 
50 
80 
30 
30 



160 
200 

60 
70 



10 
10 



50 

100 

12 



9200.000 00 
15.000 00 



95,000 00 
61,000 00 
10.000 00 
29,000 00 
95,000 00 
56,000 00 
10,000 00 
29,000 00 



40,000 00 
40.000 00 
40,000 00 



49,000 00 

40,000 00 

11,000 00 

8.000 00 



37,000 00 
£5,000 00 
40.000 00 



10,000 00 

5.000 00 

100,000 00 



125,000 00 
24,900 00 



73,000 00 
2,000 00 
17,000 00 
40,000 00 
9,500 00 
55,000 00 
20,000 00 



50,000 00 
50,000 00 
40,000 00 
30,000 00 
30,000 00 



80,000 00 
20,000 00 
30,000 00 
35,000 00 



5.000 00 
10.000 00 



25,000 00 
50,000 00 
12,000 00 



1191,000 00 
12,000 00 



27,000 00 

47,000 00 

7,000 00 

5.000 00 

75,000 00 

42,000 00 

9,000 00 

26,000 00 



30,000 00 
87,600 00 
28,800 00 



40,000 00 

38,200 00 

6,000 00 



30,000 00 
33.500 00 
37,000 00 



92,000 00 
24,300 00 



15,000 00 



1.000 00 



48,000 00 
43,000 00 
25,000 00 
26,000 00 
24,000 00 



2,500 00 
9.000 00 



11,000 00 



89,000 00 
3,000 00 



68,000 00 

14,000 00 

3.000 00 

24,000 00 

20.000 00 

14,000 00 

1,000 00 

8,000 00 



10,000 00 

2,400 00 

11,200 00 



9.000 00 
1.800 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 



7.000 00 
1.500 00 
3,000 00 



10,000 00 

5,000 00 

100,000 00 



33,000 00 
600 00 



58,000 00 
2,000 00 
17,000 00 
40,000 00 
8,500 00 
55,000 00 
20,000 00 



2,000 00 
7,000 00 
15,000 00 
4,000 00 
6,000 00 



80.000 00 
20,000 00 
30,000 00 
35,000 00 



2,500 00 
1,000 00 



25,000 00 

50,000 00 

1. 00 00 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 



1 

2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 



B 



244 



Statement — 



o 



CD 



Locality- 
issued by. 



Railroad aided . 




Principal— 

when 

payable. 



Payette County: 
Tp. of VandaUa. 



Ford County: 
Tp. of Peach Orch'rd 

Franklin County: 
County of Franklin. 

Fulton County: 
Tp. of Pleasant 



1 
2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



Gallatin County: 

County of Gallatin.. 
< • <• 

City of Shawneetow'n 

Hamilton County : 
County of Hamilton 



Hancock County: 
County of Hancock. 

Henry County : 
Inc. Town of G-alva. 
Tp. of Western 



St L., V. and Terre Haute 

Gilman, Clinton and Springfield. 

Belleville and Eldorado 

Peoria and Hannibal 



Illinois Southeastern 

St Louis and Southeastern. 



Iroquois County: 
Tp. of Belmont., 
Concord , 
Douglas.. 
Grenard , 
Love joy 
" " ep( 
Milf ord. . 



* < 
< • 

• 4 
i • 

« t 

t « 

• 4 
< i 
4 • 

• 4 



Middleport . 



Martinton 

Papineau 

Sheldon 

City of Watseka.... 

Jasper County: 
County of Jasper... 

Tp. of Willow Huh! 

Johnson County: 
Co. of Johnson. 



Kane County: 
Tp. of Aurora. 



Kendall County: 
Co. of Kendall. 

Tp. of Fox 

Kendall- 
Oswego . 



4 4 

« 4 



Knox County: 
Tp. of Rio... 



St. Louis and Southeastern 

Evans villa and Southern Illinois 



Mississippi and Wabash. 



Peoria and Rock Island 

llockford, R. I. and St. Louis 



Chicago. Danville and Yinoennes 

4 4 4 4 4 1 

Gilman, Clinton and Springfield. 
Chicago, Danville and Vincennes 



1868 July 1 . . . . 

1871 May 25.... 

1877 Nov. 13.... 

1868 Oct 1.... 



1870 Jan.l A after 

1871 Jan. 1 

1872 '* 1.... 



1871 Oct & Nov. 

1872 Jan. 1 



1866-71 July 1... 



1871 July 1.... 
1870 Nov. 17.... 



1871 Mar. 23... 

44 June 1... 

4 * Mar. 11... 

" 23... 



4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

« 4 

4 4 



Grayville and Mattoon 

4 4 4 4 

Danville, Olney and Ohio! 



Cairo and Yinoennes 

Ottawa, Ohio and Fox River Yal. 
Ottawa, Ohio and Fox River Yal. 



4 4 
4 ( 
i « 



4 i 
« ( 
« ( 



4 4 
f ( 
< 4 



Rookford. R. I. and 8t Louis ... 



4 4 

« 4 

4 4 

4 4 



31... 

i\ . . . 
«JU. • • 

30., . 
1872 July l"! 
1871 Apr. 13... 

June 1 . . . 

Feb. 1... 



4 4 
4 4 



1*83 July 1.... 

1891 May 25.... 

1897 Nov. 13.... 

1883 July 1.... 



1890 Jan. 1.... 

1891 " 1.... 

1892 " 1.... 



1891 Oct & Nov. 

1892 Jan. 1.... 



1885-91 July 1... 



1891 July 1.... 
1890 Oct 1.... 



1881 July 1. 
" June 1. 
1891 Mar. 11. 
1881 July 1. 
Various 



1876 Oct 19.... 

" Nov. 11.... 

1881 May 18.... 



1872 Deo. 3.... 



1869. May 
1869 May 



< • 
■ * 



4 « 

4 « 



A . . . . 



T» . . . . 
4a... 
Tk . . . . 

9. . • • 



1870 Nov. 4.... 



4 4 
4 4 
4 4 



1882 July 1. 

Various 

1881 June 1. 
Various 



1877-8 Oct 1.... 
1878 to '80 Nov. 1 
1896 May 8.... 



1892 Doc. 3.... 

Various 

Various 



4 4 
4 4 
• 4 



1890 Oct. 1.... 



245 



B 



Continued. 



Interest— when 
payable. 



i 



When registered. 



Denom- 
ination. 



No. 



Amount. 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept. 



Qg t 






s 



July l.ann... 



July l.ann.... 



Jan. and July 1 



July l.ann — 



Jan. and July 1 
« * * * i 

* < • • i 



Jan. and July 1 
• ( • * i 



July l.ann.... 



July 
Oct 



July 

June 

Jan. 

July 
« • 

June 

July 

* « 

< • 

Mar. 
Juno 
Mar. 



l.ann. 
l '* 



l.ann 

1. 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 






« i 

* * 

« < 



10 



10 



8 



10 



1879 April 29. 



1871 May 25. 



1877 Nov. 23 & after. 



1870 Mar. 15. 



8 1870 Mar. SI & after. 



1871 Jan. 6. 

1872 Feb. 17. 



1871 Nov. 1 & Deo. 5. 

1872 Feb. 17 



1873 June 16 & July 23 



101871 July 11. 
81874 Nov. 21. 



Oct l.ann.... 
Nov. I." .i.. 
Nov.&Mayl.ann 

July and Jan. 1 
July 1, ann . . . . 



July l.ann.... 
1, 
1. 
1. 



< « 

< * 



4 < 
«< 

* * 



Oct 1. ann.... 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 
10 



8 



10 



10 
10 
10 
10 



8 



1871 July 6 

Oct. 20&24.... 

Mar. 22: 

July 6 

Sept.23&Nov.29 
July 6 

*' 26 

" 26 

1872 Sept 10 

1871 Aug. 26 

Oct 20 

July & Nov 



1876 Oct. W, 

* 4 Nov. 18. 

1881 May 30. 



1872 Dec. 7. 



1870 Oct. 13 and after. 



1870NOV.25 

" Feb. 18. March 22 
" Mar. 22 and after 

1871 July 6 and after. 



1870 Nov. 17. 



8600 00 



500 00 



1,000 00 



100 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 
500 CO 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,00000 

617 15 

1.0(H) 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 



1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 



1,000 00 



1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 



30 



46 



149 



150 



200 

100 

25 



200 
37 



11 



25 
20 



15 
25 
50 

4 

10 
15 
20 

1 
11 

6 

25 
20 



25 
25 
20 



189 



60 



47 
14 
22 
50 



30 



915,000 00 



23,000 00 



149,000 00 



15,000 00 



200,000 00 

100,000 00 

25,000 00 



200,000 00 
37,000 00 



11,000 00 



25,000 00 
20,000 00 



15.000 00 
25,000 00 
25.000 00 

4, (KM) 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 
20,000 00 
617 15 
11,000 0U 

6,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,000 0Q 



25,000 00 
25.000 00 
20.000 00 



94,500 00 



6!\000 00 



47,000 00 
14,000 00 
22,000 00 
50,000 00 



30,000 00 



$14,500 00 



14,600 00 



197,000 00 
21,000 00 



13,000 00 



10,000 00 



4,500 00 



16,000 00 

14,000 00 

3,000 00 



19,000 00 

12,000 00 

2.000 00 



21,000 00 



£500 00 

23.000 00 

149,000 00 

400 00 



3,000 00 
79,000 00 
25,000 00 



200,000 00 
24,000 00 



1,000 00 



25,000 00 
20,000 00 



15,000 
25,000 
25,000 

4,000 
10,000 
15,000 
20,000 
617 
11,000 

6,000 
25,000 

5,500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
15 
00 
00 
00 
00 



9.000 00 
11,000 00 
17,000 00 



75,500 00 



48.000 00 



45,000 00 
14,000 00 
22,000 00 
50,000 00 



9,000 00 



1 
1 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



2 
3 



1 
2 

3 

4 



B 



246 



Statement — 



o 





9 



Locality- 
issued by 




Principal— 

when 

payable. 



1 
2 
3 
4 



La Salle County: 
Tp. of Bruce.. 



Bay ton , 
Osage .. 



Ottawa 

8. Ottawa ... 



Lee County: 
Tp. of Amboy. 



Livingston County: 

Tp. <.f Avoua 

Eppard's Pt. 
Newtown 



€ i 



Logan County: 
Tp. of -SEtna 



Mt. Pulaski.. 



Macon County: 
Co. of Macon. 



Ottawa, Ohio and Fox River Val. 
Fairbury, Pontiao and N. W. ... 
Ottawa, Ohio and Fox River Val. 

St. L., Jacksonville and Chicago 
Ottawa, Ohio and Fox River Val. 

*4 < 4 < f 



Chicago and Rock River 

Fairbury, Pontiac and N. W.... 



< « 



< « 
1 1 



* * 
< • 



Gilman, Clinton and Springfield. 



Tp. of Decatur . . 
" Mt. Zion. 



iPekin. Lincoln and Decatur. 
Monticello 



Macoupin County: 
Inc. T. of Virden... 

Marshall County: 
Tp. of Evans 



1 
2 
3 

4 



4 t 

4 t 



Lacon 



Ma?on County: 
Co. of Mason 



< < 
i « 



» < 
« < 
< < 



Chicago and Illinois Southern .. 

Jack onville, N. W. and 8. E... 

Ottawa. Ohio and Fox River Val. 
St. L., Jacksonville and Chicago 
Hamilton, Lacon and Eastern... 



1870 Oct 22... 
1874 Oct 9... 

1869 May 1... 

' * ** 22 

1870 Nov. 25!!! 
1869 May 1... 

X a a • 



1872 April 5.... 



1871 Mar. 2<T.... 
" July L... 

1872 Feb. 15.... 



1871 July 



X ■ • • • 
X • • » * 



Illinois River 



McLean County: 

Tp. of Allin 

Bloomington 
Bellflower.... 



* • 
< < 



Mercer County: 
Tp. of Abington .... 

Greene 

Mercer 

Perryton 



t f 
< • 



Monroe County: 

Co. of Monroe 

T. 3 S., range 9 W. 

Montgomery County: 
Co. of Montgomery. 

Morgan County: 
Tp;i4,R.9W.,3P.M. 
Inc. T. of Waverly . 

Moultrie County: 
Co, of Moultrie 



Tp. of Dora. 
" Lowe. 



Springfield and Northwestern... 
H., M. City, L. and Eastern.... 



St. L., Jacksonville and Chicago 

D., U., B. and Pekin 

Gilman, Clinton and Springfield. 



Dixon and Quincy. 
American Central. 






< < 

4 < 



Cairo and St. Louis. 



Decatur and East St. Louis. 



Illinois Farmers 

Jacksonville, N. W. and S. E... 



Decatur, Sullivan and Mattoon.. 
Bloomington and Ohio River.... 
Paris and Decatur 



« • 



1871 Oct. 11.... 
1873 Sept. 25.... 

« « ** 25... 

1872 Dec. 26!!!! 



1872 Jan, 1 

1869 May 22.... 

1870 Nov. 25.... 

1871 Mar. 1.... 

1857 July 



• 4 4 « 



A • a • • 

1870 andl87l!!!! 
Various 



1867 Oct. 1.... 
I860 " 1.... 
1871 July 1.... 



1870 Deo. 81.... 

1869 Mar. 11.... 

" 23.... 

14 17.... 



1873 June 25.... 

1874 Sept. 2.... 

1870 July 1.... 



1890 July 1... 

1891 " 1... 
Various 



1890 Nov. 25.... 
Various 



1881 July 1.... 



1891 July 

1890 " 
< • c« 



1891 July 

if it 



X • ■ a « 

^ % % » m 
X a a • • 



X a a • • 
X * a • • 



1891 Oct 11.... 
1893 Sept. 25.... 

" 25.. 

1892 Dec. 26!!!! 



1892 Jan. 1.... 



Various 

1890 Nov. 25.... 
Various 



1877 July 1.... 

» I « 4 1 

1890 and 1891 !!!! 
Various... 



1887 Oct. 1.... 
1889 " 1.... 
1891 July 1.... 



1890 Deo. 31.... 

1874 or 1879 

1879 Mar. 23.... 
17.... 



• < 4 4 



1870 Oct. 1.... 
" Nov. 1.... 



1871 Nov. 1.... 

1872 May 27.... 
1871 April 29.... 

" July 15.... 



1893 June 25.... 

1894 Sept. 2.... 

1890 July 1.... 



1890 Oot 1.... 
" Nov. 1.... 



1881 Nov. 1.... 

1882 July 1.... 
1881 Mar. 1.... 

$ * « • -I 

X a a • • 



247 



B 



Continued. 



Interest- 
when payable. 



o 



When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No. 



Amount. 



Am't of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept 

SO, 1890. 



o 






f t 

1 1 



July 1, ann 
1. 
1. 

Nov. 25, 

July 1. 

" 1, 



July 1, ann... 



July 1, ann... 
1 •* 

1 '* 



< < 

< • 



July 1, ann 

t i i i« 

Ay • • • • 



July 1, ann 

Deo. 26. 



« t 
< « 



Jan. 1, ann.. .. 



July 1, ann... 
Nov.25, " ... 
Mar. 1, V ... 



July 1, ann 

« « -I « « 

li • • • • 

< i i « < 
July, Jan. ann! 



April 1, ann.... 

il -I ai 

X ■ » • • • 

July 1, " .... 



July 1, ann.. 
Mar. 11, •' .. 

23, ■■ .. 
17, " .. 



* * 



June 25, ann 

Sept. 2, " .... 



July 1, ann.... 



Oct. 1, ann 

Nov. 1, •' .... 



Nov. 1, ann 

July 1, " .... 
Mar. and Sept 1 



10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 
10 



10 



10 
10 
10 



10 
10 



10 



10 
10 
10 



8 

8 

10 

10 



8 

10 

8 



10 

8 

10 

10 



10 
10 



8 
10 
10 



1110 



1870 Nov. 1 

1871 " 3 

1869 " 10 

** Aug.17 

1870 Dec. 6 

1869 Aug.17 

*• 17 

1872 Aprils 

1871 Aug.10 

,p 10 

1872 Feb. 20 

1871 Sept 14 

" 6 

1871 Dec. 12 

1873 Sept. 26 

th 26 

1872 Dec. 26 

1872 Jan. 5 

1869 Aug. 17 

1870 Dec. 6 

1871 Oct 7 and after.. 



1869 Aug. 17 and after. 

** Oct. 28 
1871 *' 10 

•• " 10 



* * 



1870 Mar. 10 and after 
'* May 3 

1871 July 8 

1871 April 15 

1873 Jan 18, July 23.. 

" MaySl 

" Aug. 16 

1873 June 27 

1874 Sept. 3 and 7.... 

1870 July 2i 

1870Nov.l8 

" Dec. 5 

1871 Deo. 1 

1872 May 29 

•' Aug.23. 

1873 June 4 



91,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,0*) 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



500 00 
500 00 
600 00 



100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 



13 
15 
12 
20 

11 

150 
30 



200 



10 
15 
24 



15 
40 



100 
25 
25 
20 



30 



40 
22 

60 



26 

15 

100 

200 



50 

199 

60 



100 
90 

120 
58 



100 

so 



50 



32 
30 



75 

200 

86 

60 



$13,000 00 
15,000 00 
12,000 00 
20,000 00 
11.000 00 

150.000 00 
30,000 00 



100,000 00 



10,000 00 
15,000 00 
24,000 00 



15,000 00 
40,000 00 



100,000 00 
25,000 00 
25,000 00 
20,000 00 



80,000 00 



40,000 00 
22,000 00 
60,000 00 



26,000 00 

7,500 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 



25,000 00 
99,500 00 
30,000 00 



10,000 00 
9,000 00 

12,000 00 
5,800 00 



100,000 00 
15,000 00 



50,000 00 



82,000 00 
30,000 00 



75,000 00 

200,000 00 

18,000 00 

30,000 00 



$5,000 00 



47,500 00 



8.000 00 

8,000 00 

17,000 00 



25.000 00 



96.000 00 
24,000 00 



8,000 00 



14,000 00 



25,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
7,000 00 



24,000 00 
99,000 00 



7,900 00 
8,800 00 
4,300 00 
3,200 00 



40,000 00 



70,000 00 
86,000 00 



$13.000 00 

15,000 GO 

12,000 00 

20.000 00 

6,000 00 

150,000 00 
30,000 00 



52,500 00 



2.000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 



15,000 00 
15.000 00 



4,000 00 

1,000 00 

25,000 00 

20,000 00 



22,000 00 



40,000 00 

8,000 00 

60,000 00 



1,000 00 

2,500 00 

47,000 00 

93,000 00 



1,000 00 

500 00 

30,000 00 



2,100 00 

200 00 

7,700 00 

2,600 00 



100,000 00 
15,000 00 



10,000 00 



32.000 00 
30,000 00 



6,000 00 

114,000 00 

18,000 00 

30,000 00 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 

6 

7 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 
2 
3 



1 

!■ 

4 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 
2 
8 

4 






B 



248 



Statement — 



as 

o 



p 



Locality- 
issued by 



Railroad aided. 



Date. 



Principal- 
when 
payable. 



Ogle County: 
Tp. of Pine Book... 
«• Mt, Morris... 

4 «• $ * 

m * • 

Peoria County: 

Co. of Peoria 

Tp. of Peoria 

Perry County: 

Co. of Perry 

• < «« 

Piatt County: 

Pp. of Bement 

Blue Bidgo.. 

Pulaski County: 
Co. of Pulaski 

Randolph County: 

City of Chester 

Tp. 4 S., B. 8 W.... 

Saline County: 

Co. of Saline 

Inc. T. of Eldorado. 

Sangamon County: 

Co. of Sangamon . .. 
i* • * 

Tp. of Cart-wright. .. 
« • < • 

'• Springfield I! 
• < « • 

" Talkington!! 

Schuyler County : 
Tp. of Frederick .... 

• • • • 

Shelby County: 
Tp. of Dry Point . . . . 

" Bichland 

" Windsor 

City of Windsor 

Stark County : 
Inc. T. of Wyoming. 

St Clair Countv: 
City of Belleville.... 
Inc. T. of Freeburg . 

Tazewell County: 
Tp. of Elm Grove ... 

II 4 $ 

• • • ■ 

" Mackinaw — 
x eiLin. . •••••••• 

Union County: 
Countv of Union 
City of Jonesboro .. 

Vermilion County : 
Tp. of Danville 



Ogle and Carroll Co 

Chicago and Iowa 

Peoria and Bock Island 

Peoria, Atlanta and Decatur 

Belleville and Southern Illinois. 
Chester and Tarn. C. and B. B.. 

Bloomingfon and Ohio Biver.... 
D., U., B. and Pekin 

Cairo and Vincennes 

Chester and Tamaroa Coal Co.. 
Cairo and St Louis 

Cairo and Vincennes 

St. Louis and Southeastern 

Springfield and Illinois S. E 

Oilman. Clinton and Springfield.. 
Springfield and Illinois S. E 

< ■ «• • < 

• « •• «« 

Jacksonville, N. W. and S. E*. '. '.'.'.'. 

Bockf ord, Bock Island & St Louis 
• • • • < • 

Illinois and Southeastern 

Bloomington and Ohio Biver 

* « « t 1 « 

■ V • • 

Peoria, Dixon and Hannibal 

Illinois & St. L. B. B. and Coal Co. 
Belleville and Southern Illinois.. 

D., U., B. and Pekin 

Peoria, Atlanta and Decatur! ..... 
D..tj.,B. and Pekin 

Cairo and St Louis 

« 1 • « c « 

Chicago, Danville and Vincennes 



1871 April 8.... 
1875 May 3.... 



< < < 4 



1875 Mar 9, Feb 1 
70Ootl7lFeb.l 



1871 Jan. 1 

71 July, 72Jan.l 



1871 Dec. 1 
18G7 0ct 1. 



1872 Oct. 17.. 



1871 July 1.... 
1874 June 8 



1872 Oct. 8. 
" Jan. 1. 



1870 and 1871... 

1871 Sept. 15... 
" Jan. 25... 
" " 25... 

1870 Feb. 9!!! 

1871 June 21... 

1872 Jan. 1... 



1870 June 1 . . 
1... 



• • 1 4 



1871 July 1 . . . . 
1873 Dec. 13.... 

1872 Jan. 1.... 
1871 Doc. 18.... 



1869 July 



1870 Aug. 
" Jan. 



1889 Dec. 
*t . • 

1874 Nov. 
1869 Deo. 



6.. . , 

x ■ ■ « 1 



A • • • • 
A • • • • 

2* • . ■ 

A • ■ • ■ 



1874 Oct 6.. 
1872 July 1.. 



1871, 1872 and 1873 



1891 April 1.... 
1885 May 3.... 
3. . . . 



« « •! 



1886 and 1891.... 
1890 and 1891.... 



1891 Jan. 1.... 
1891 and 1892.... 



1881 July 1.... 
1887 Oct. 1.... 



1892 Oct. 17.... 



1876 to 1891 

1894 June 8.... 



1892 Oct 8..., 
, " Jan. 1..., 



, 90Fet>.8,'9Uu.21 

1891 Sept 15... 

*' Jan. 25... 

14 " 25... 

1890 Feb. 9... 

1891 June 21... 

1892 Jan. 1... 



1890 June 1.. 

I * 4 4 -I 

A • t 



1891 July 
1884 Jan. 
1882 V 
1881 July 



A • • • • 
A • • • • 
A • « « % 

A • • « • 



1889 July 1.... 



1890 Aug. 6.... 
" Jan. 1.... 



1889 Dec. 
« • • < 

1894 Nov. 
1889 Dec. 



A • • • • 

«» • • m 

A ■ • • • 



1894 Sept 7.... 
1892 July 1.... 



1882, 1883 and 1891 



249 



B 



Continued. 



Interest- 
when payable. 



f 



When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No- 



Amount. 



Am't of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing r*ept. 

30, 18HW. 



o 



b 

<D 



April 1, ann 

May 1, " .... 

4 ■ "| C 4 

Xy « • • • 



Mar. 9, Feb 1 ann 
ApOcl.FbAul 



Jan. 1, ann.... 
Jan. and July.. 



July 1. ann 

Oct. 1, 



Jan. and July 1 



July 1, ann.... 
June 8, " 



Jan. and July 1 



July l.ann 
«/ x .. 

1, " 
1. " 
1. " 

Jan. l.ann 



June l.ann.... 

Aj 9 * • % 



Jan. and July .. 
Jan. l,ann.... 

July 1, 



< * 
f « 



July l.ann.... 



Aug. 6,ann.... 
Jan. 1, " .... 



Deo. l,ann.... 

4 4 | 4 * 

• t • • • • 

Nov. 2. ;; .... 

i/wvi X| • • • « 



Sept. 7,ann.... 
July 1, ,f .... 



JlylNv9*Oc2,an 



7 
10 
10 



10 
10 



8 



8 
8 
8 
8 

10 
8 

10 



8 
10 



1871 June 5 

1875 Sept. 4 and after 



1871 Feb. 2, March 10 
1873 Nov. 5 



1871 Jan. 2 

" Nov. 17, 1872 Jan.l 



1871 Deo. 5 

1870 Feb. 1. and after 



1872 Deo. 23 and after 



1872 Jan. 20. 
1874 July 25.. 



1872 Oct. 12. 
" Aug. 3. 



1870 Feb. 9, 1871 June 29 

1871 Oct 4 and 5 

J? 6D. b 

•• •• 6 

1870 *• 17 

1871 June 23 

1872 Jan. 5 



1870 July 6. 
6. 



« 4 



10 1872 Mar. 9 and May 9. 

10 1873 Dec. 15 



10 
10 



10 



10 
10 
10 
10 



10 



1872 Jan. 4. 
1871 Dec. 20. 



1870 May 17. 



1871 Dec. 12. 
1870 July 8. 



1870 Aug. 6 

1874 Nov. 13 'and after.' 
1869 Deo. 20 



1874 Oct 13. 
13. 



« 4 



1871 Nov. 23 and after. 



$100 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 



500 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 
500 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 60 



100 
25 
46 



100 
13 



100 
100 



50 
45 



190 



100 
50 



190 
5 



100 
100 
12 
16 
30 
50 
20 



10 
10 



SO 
40 
50 
20 



10 



25 
15 



4 

6 

40 

16 



50 
25 



157 



$10,000 00 
25.060 00 
23,000 00 



100,000 00 
13,000 00 



100,000 00 
100,000 00 



50,000 00 
4,500 00 



95,000 00 



50,000 00 
50,000 00 



95,000 00 
5,000 00 



100,000 00 
100,000 00 
12,000 00 
8.000 00 
30,000 00 
50,000 00 
20.000 00 



5.000 00 
5,000 00 



15,000 00 
40,000 00 
50,000 00 
20,000 00 



10,000 00 



25,000 00 
15,000 00 



4,000 00 

3,000 00 

20,000 00 

15,000 00 



50.000 00 
25,000 00 



157,000 00 



$50,000 00 



3,000 00 



49,000 00 
4,400 00 



66,000 00 



46,000 00 



50.000 00 
9,000 00 



25,000 00 



4,500 00 



14.000 00 



48.000 00 
12,000 00 



11,000 00 



154,000 00 



$10,000 00 
25.000 00 
23,000 00 



50,000 00 
13,000 00 



97,000 00 
100,000 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 



29,000 00 



4,000 00 
50,000 00 



95,000 00 
5,000 00 



50,000 00 
91,000 00 
12.000 00 
8.000 00 
5,000 00 
50.000 00 
20,000 00 



5,000 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 

40,000 00 

2,000 00 

8,000 00 



10,000 00 



25.000 00 
15,000 00 



4.000 00 

3,000 00 

20,000 00 

4,000 00 



50.000 00 
25,000 00 



3,000 00 



1 
2 
3 



1 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1' 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 



B 



250 



Statement — 



o 

• 

o 

CD 


Locality- 
Issued by 


Railroad aided. 


Date. 


Principal— 

when 

payable. 


1 

2 

3 
4 

1 


Warren County: 
County of Warren .. 

Tp. of Ellison 

" Spring Gr.... 

Wayne County ; 

County of Wayne. .. 

■ I ii 

• • 
* * < • 

• • 

White County: 

County of White 

Inc. T. Carmi 

Wh te and Edwards 
Inc. T. of Grayville.. 

Williamson County: 
Co. of Williamson... 

Total 


• • • • 
it i « ft 

a ■ • • 
14 f < fl « 

a • • • 

Illinois Southeastern 


1871 Jan. 25.... 
1870 Aug. 23.... 

'• Oct. 19 & 20. 
" " 20.... 

1869 Sept 9 & 19 
** and 1870.... 

1870 May 6.... 

1872Sept.lODec2 
1872 Dec. 21.... 

1873 Jan. 3.... 

1872 Jan. 1 


1890 July 1.... 

•• Oct i.'.V. 

X • • a • 

1890 Jan. 1.... 


2 


« « < < 


1889 July 1.... 


3 


< • < « 


1890 Jan. 1.... 


1 


Cairo and Vincennes 


1892 Sept. & Dec 


2 


< < i> 


1877 to 1892 


1 


Counties: 

Cairo and Vincennes 


1896 Jan. 3.... 


1 


Carbondale and Shawneetown ... 


1892 Jan. 1.... 













251 



B 



Continued. 



Interest— when 
payable. 



R 

a 
o 



When registered. 



Denom- 
ination. 



No. 



Amount. 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 

redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept. 
80.1890. 



o 



! 



Jul/ 
Oct 



l.ann.... 
l " 

i ■ • • • • 

1 " 
1 " 

Af • • • • 



Jan. and July.. 



* « 



July and Jan. 1. 
Jan. and July 1. 



Jan. and July 1. 
July and Jan.l. 



1871 Jan. 27. 
1870 Sept. 5. 
•• Oct. 29. 
1869 " 29 



7 1869 Sept 11 and Deo. 7 
7 1869 Deo.7 & 1871) Jan. 24 
71870May 9 



1872 Sept. 13 and Deo. 4 
" Dec. 26 

1873Jan. 8 

1872 Jan. 1 



91,000 00 

600 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



500 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 



500 00 
100 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 



200 

10 

20 

5 



100 
500 
100 



199 
70 



80 



100 



,9200,000 00 

5,000 00 

20,000 00 

5,000 00 



50,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 



99,500 00 
7,000 00 



15,000 00 



100,000 00 



87,115,317 15 



$135,000 00 

2,000 00 

18,000 00 



6,900 00 



2,500 00 



82,750,500 00 



$65,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
5,000 00 



50,000 00 

50,000 00 

100,000 00 



99,500 00 
100 00 



12,500 00 



100,000 00 



$i,364.81715 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



252 



No. 84.— Statement of Bonds Registered in 



} 



O 

o 

es 

E3 
O 



Looali'y— 
issued by. 



Railroad aided. 



Date. 



Principal- 

when 
payable. 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Adams County: 
City of (Juincy. 



Hancock County : 
Co. of Hancock. 
City of Warsaw. 



Henderson County: 
City of Oquawka. 



JoDaviess County: 
City of Galena . . . 



Mercer County : 
County of Mercer... 

Total.; 



Northern Cros8,Quincy and Pal- ) 
myra, Chicago.Burlington and > 
Quincy,and other purposes... J 

8uinoy and Missouri Pacific 
uincy.Mo. and Pacific R. R. Co. 



July 1.1886-7-8 
and after. 



* t 

* i 

* < 



Mies, and Wab. and War. &Bock. 



< • 
< « 



« # 



< • 

< « 



Galena and Southern Wisconsin. 



Western Air Line. 



1871 
1877 

1878 

< * 

1879 

4 I 



July 1.. 
" 1 
June 8 

" 9ft 

Jan. 24 

Auk. 21.... 



2ft yrs. after date 
20 •• 

20 •• *• 

80 *' " 

1891 July 1.... 

1897 ,f 1.... 

1898 June 8 

20 yrs. after date 
20 " 
20 " 



1865-70-71, July 1 
1865 Julyl Aaft'r 



1871 Julyl, 



1872 Julyl 

1873 Deo. 5 

** Aug. 25&aft 

C f II * « 

1875 May 24 

1876 Junel2& aft 



4 < 
« « 



20 yrs. after date 

20 «• 
20 " 
20 " 



« « 
< t 



1868-9-71. 



20 yrs. after date 



20 yrs. after date 

20 

20 

20 

20 

20 



20 yrs. after date 



253 



pursuance of the Act of February 13, 1865. 



Interest— when 
payable. 


i 

o 

**• 

1 

CD 
CP 

■ 


When registered. 


Denomi- 
nation. 


No. 


Amount. 


Amount of 
prineipal 

whion 
has been 

redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept 
80,1890. 


o 

• 

a 

§ 


July .l.ann.... 

X, • • • • 

••*s>l, " .... 


6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 

6 


1866 Sept 1 and after 
« i i t< 

«< i f< 

f f « t f 

1871 July 19 


$100 00 
600 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 

1.000 00 
100 00 
600 00 

1,000 00 

Various. 

1,000 00 
1.000 00 

100 00 
Various. 
1.000 00 

600 00 

1.000 00 


800 

82 

466 

428 

250 

75 

50 

25 

60 

50 

125 

101 

99 

66 

42 

57 

8 

13 

32 

3 

4 

46 


©0,000 00 

41.000 00 

466,000 00 

428,000 00 

250.000 00 

75,000 00 

50,000 00 

25,000 00 

60,000 00 

50.000 00 

125.000 00 
10.100 00 
49.600 00 
65.000 00 

82,856 68 

57,000 00 
8,000 00 
1,300 00 

40,232 77 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 

46,000 00 


$28,600 00 

40,000 00 

460.000 00 


$1.400 00 

1.000 00 

16,000 00 

428.000 00 

250.000 00 

75.000 00 

60,000 00 

25.000 00 

60,000 00 

60,000 00 

1,000 00 

7.900 00 

46.500 00 

11,000 00 

32.856 68 

57,000 00 
460 00 
195 00 
8.064 64 
750 00 
625 00 

106 00 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 


•'— 1. " .... 


1877 Nov. 80 




6 


" * 1 " .... 


1878 June 14 




7 


.. y " 


29 




R 


" r •• "v 


1879 Jan. 27 




9 


l, " .... 


" Aug. 28 




10 


July l.ann 

X. .... 
< « « . « 

X. • . . . 
ft 1 • • 

X. .... 

July l.ann 


1866 Aug. 8 and after 
1868 July 2 

«« g «• 

1871 July land after 

1872 Aug. 1 


124.000 00 

2,200 00 

3,000 00 

44.000 00 


1 
2 
3 
4 

1 


July l.ann 

i. . . . . 

, «. 
i, .... 
fi ■. .« 

a, . . • . 

• * J ft 


2.650 00 
1,105 00 
32.168 23 
2.260 00 
1.375 00 

46,894 00 


1 


1873 Dec. 9 

"^Sept land after 

1 1 r« | tt 

1875 July 28 


2 
8 

4 

5 


ft , i« 

•E. *• .... 

July l,ann.... 


1876 June 20 and after 
1868 Oct. 19 and after 


6 
1 




*1 ,889.489 46 


1777,142 23 


$1,112,347 22 

















B 



254 



No. 35 .—Statement of Bonds Registered in pursuance of the 

27, 1877, and 



o 



CD 



Locality- 
issued by 



For what purpose. 



Date. 



Principal- 

when 
payable. 



l 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Adams County : 
City of Quinoy 



t « 

< < 

< f 
« « 



Alexander County: 
Co. of Alexander. . 



City of. Cairo 



* i 

4 4 



< < 
i < 



Bureau County: 

Tp. of Ohio 

Walnut.. 
Village of Buda 



Cass County : 
City of Beardstown. 

Champaign County: 
City of urbana 



Td. of Champaign . . 

Sen. Dis. 2. T. 19, R.*9 
Td. of Urbana 



St. Joseph.... 



Christian County : 
Tp. of Bear Creek 
* Taylorville. 
** Pana 



Town of Johnson 
< • < t 



Clark County: 
Co. of Clark . 



Tn. of Westfleld. 

Tp. of Marshall.. 

K York 



Clay County: 
Town of Barter . 
Tp. of Louisville 

Coles County: 
City of Mattoon 



Tp. of Mattoon 

Tn.of SeveD Hickory 



Cook County : 
Inc. Town of Cicero 



• < 

4 4 
4 I 



• < 

I « 
f < 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< « 

< f 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< < 

< < 

< 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



< • 
« < 

< < 

* t 

l a 
< < 



1882-Sept. 1... 

x . . . 

C f < < i 

1886-8 July V.'.'. 
* « f < i 

1886 ** 1.'.'! 
1890 " 1... 



1878 Dec. 



1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 



1881 Aug. 8.... 

1882 " 7.... 
1889 ** 22.... 



1882 Jan. 1.... 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< < 

< • 
§ < 
• < 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< f 
« • 
« < 



< < 
■ < 

t 4 



4 4 
t 4 
< 4 



To fund exis ing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness 
■ •< 

i 4 

4 4 
4 I 



To fund existing indebtedness 



4 4 



4 ( 
( t 
« i 



C 4 
4 4 

4 4 



1881 July 
1880 Jan. 

1882 May 
1889 Jan. 
1884 July 
1884 Dec. 



1889 May 
1885 July 



1881 Deo. 

1882 Jan. 

1886 July 

1887 " 
" Jan. 



1880 May 
< < !• 

1885 Sept. 
"July 
" Jan. 



1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
31... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 



OX« • • ■ 

tUm • • m 

X • • » • 

X • • • • 

X • • • • 

X • • » ■ 



X • ■ • i 

X * • • i 

X • • • i 

X • • • < 

X ■ » • i 



1881 May 25.... 

1882 Apr. 1.... 



1880 Mar. 22.... 

« » « « oQ 

1890 May l'.'.'.'. 

1880 " 1.... 

1884 July 10.... 

" " 10.... 



1902 Sept 1.... 

< I f < i 

1906-8 July l"!i 

X • • • < 

1906 " 1.... 
1893-1910 July 1, 



1898 June 1 . . . 

« * « l i 

X • • • i 

Jan. 1 . . . , 

a ... i 
* ... i 

JL • . . i 



( i 

< f 

4 4 

4 4 



* 4 
4 I 
I 4 



1878 Deo. 

1879 '* 

1880 " 
1884 July 

1881 Dec. 



1901 Aug. 8... 
1883-1902 Aug. 7. 
1891-95 Jul> 1 ... 



1883-94 Jan. 1.. 



1893-1901 July 1.. 
Ten- twenties... 

Fifteen-twent's 
Five-ens 

1887-1905 July 1.. 

< * it •* 

x . . 
ii H i 

1909 May 1..!! 
1890-1895 July 1 . 



20yrs.or on « all 
10 " 

Five- twenties.. 
Ten-twenties .. 

Five- tens 

Ten-twenties .. 



1895 May 1.... 
1900 ** 1.... 
Ten- twenties .. 

Optional., i- 

1890 to 1900 Jan. 1 



Five- twenties,. 



1895 Mar. 22.... 

1900 " 22.... 
1910 May 1.... 
1890 May 1.... 

1901 July 10.... 

,r 10.... 



1898 Dec. 

1899 ** 

1900 •* 
1904 July 
1891 Dec. 



X * » • i 
X • • • i 
X • • • ■ 
X • • • i 
X « • • i 



255 



B 



Act of February 13, 1865, as amended by the Acts of April 
June 4, 1879. 



Interest— when 
payable. 



9 



CD 



Sent. 

< < 
Jul 7 



< « 
« « 



1, ann. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 



Jan. and July 1 



* • 

< a 



a « 
a a 
t a 
a a 



Aug. 8, ann. .. 

July i, " :; 



July & Jan. ann 



July 
Jan. 
May 
Jan. 
Jan. 
July 



Hay 

July 



1, ann. 

1, " 

1. " 

1. " 

15. " 

1. '• 

1. " 

1, " 

1. " 

1. " 



Deo. 31, ann. 

Jan. 2, 

July 1, 

■' i! 

" i. 



May 
Jul 7 
Jan. 



1, ann. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 



t « 

a f 
(a 



Jan.&Tly l.ann 
Apr.&Octl, " 



Mar. 
Jul 7 



22, ann. 

22. •« 
1. " 

1. '• 
10, •• 
10, «• 



June & Deo. 1.. 6 
" 1.. 7 

•• i.. m 

Jan. & July 1.. 5 

June & Deo. 1 . . I 5)6 1 1881 Deo . 10 



5 
5 
5 
4% 

4& 

43* 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
5 



6 
6 
6 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 



6 
6 

4% 
6 
6 
6 



When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No. 



Amount 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept 
30,1890. 



1882 Oct 14 and after 

"10 •• 
.« «« 10 

1886-8 June 2^28 .... 



1886 June 26. 
1890 " 20. 



1880 Jan. 31 and after 
.. .. 31 

1879 Apr. 11 

1881 Mar. 10 
1879 Apr. 11 

" K 11 



a a 
( a 
« • 



1881 Nov. 25. 

1882 Sopt 7. 
1889 Aug. 23. 



1882 Feb. 4 and after 



1882Jan. 9 

1879 Dec. 26 

1882 Apr. 25 

1888 Dec. 26 

1884 Aug. 2 

1885 May 9 and after 

• • t a Q • a 

'• July22 

1889 Apr. 29 

1885 July 11 



1882 Jan. 
1881 Dec. 
1885 July 
1887 •' 
" Jan. 



19. 
28. 
29. 
1. 
21. 
21. 



1880 May 4 

a a ii j 

i886Sept3o'.*.'.'.;;;!;; 

" ,r 8andafter 
1886 Jan. 2 



1881 June 9. 

1882 Mar. 24. 



1880July 1 

'• " landafter 

1890A_pr.28 

1880May 6 

1884 July 22 

" " 22 



1879 Jan. 16 and after 

•* Deo. 17 

1881 Sept 21 

1884 July 22 



$1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 



500 00 

50 00 

1.000 00 

500 00 

100 00 

50 00 



1,000 00 

500 00 

1.000 00 



500 00 



600 
500 
500 
500 
500 

1,000 
500 
100 
500 

2,000 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 60 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 



25 

12 

49 

224 

202 

90 

225 



168 
69 
126 
167 
168 
89 



57 

80 

5 



235 



9 
70 
50 
66 
12 
21 
45 
52 
40 

6 



10 

25 

102 

36 

5 

5 



30 
30 
20 
50 
15 



20 
19 



25 
15 
25 
50 
30 
60 



10 
20 
10 
10 
80 



•25,000 00 
6,000 00 
4.900 00 

224,000 00 

101,000 00 
9,000 00 

225.000 00 



84,000 00 

3,450 00 

126,000 00 

83,500 00 

16,800 00 

4.450 00 



67,000 00 

40,000 00 

5,000 00 



117,500 00 



5,400 00 
35.000 00 
25,000 00 
33,000 00 

6,000 00 
21,000 00 
22,500 00 

5,200 00 
20,000 00 
12,000 00 



10,000 00 

25.000 00 

102.000 00 

36,000 00 

5.000 00 

5,000 00 



30,000 00 
30,000 00 
20,000 00 
50,000 00 
15,000 00 



20,000 00 
19,000 00 



25.000 00 
15,000 00 
25,000 00 
50.000 00 
30,000 00 
30,000 00 



10.000 00 
20.000 00 
10,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 



916,000 00 



11,500 00 



1,500 00 



4,000 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 



2,000 00 



8,000 00 
13,000 00 



12,000 00 
5,000 00 



1,000 00 



o 






925.000 00 
6.000 00 
4,900 00 

224,000 00 

101.000 00 
9.000 00 

225.000 00 



84,000 00 

3,450 00 

126,000 00 

83,500 00 

16,800 00 

4,450 00 



57,000 00 

24,000 00 

5,000 00 



106,000 00 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



1 

2 
3 



5,400 
83.5 
25.000 
33,000 

6,000 
17,000 
21,500 

5,100 
20,000 
10,000 



00 
00 
00 



1 

2 
3 



00| 4 

001 5 

00 1 6 

oo; 7 



00| 8 
00 9 
0010 



2,000 00 

12,000 00 

102.000 00 

36,000 00 

5,000 00 

5.000 00 



30,000 00 
30.000 00 
20,000 00 
38,000 00 
10,000 00 



20,000 00 
19,000 00 



25.000 00 
15.000 00 
25,000 00 
50,000 00 
30.000 00 
29,000 00 



10,000 00 
20.000 00 
10.000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



B 



256 



Statement — 



o 






Locality- 
Issued by 



For what purpose. 



Bate. 



Principal— 

when 

ray able. 



6 

7 
8 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



1 
3 



1 
2 
3 



2 
3 



Inc. Town of Cicero 



Crawford County; 
Co. of Crawford . . . 
Tn. of Hutsonville 



Tp. of Robinson. 



Cumberland County 
Tp. of Bumptor 



De Witt County: 

Co. of De Witt 

Tp. of Clintonia 

Creek 

Nixon 

Tunbridge ... 

DeWitt 



Santa Anna.. 
Town of Barnett 



Douglas County: 
Co. of Douglas , 
Tp. of Camargo 
" Garrett , 
Newman 
•• Tuscola. 



Edgar County: 

Tp. of Kansas 

" Paris.. 

" Boss... 

" Shiloh. 

Y'ng America 

Effingham County: 

Tp. of Mason 

^' West 

Vill 
Tp 



age_of Edgewood 



Liberty. 
Douglas 



< < 

< c 

4 f 
• • 



Teutopolis . 



Fayette Count 
Bear < 

4 

Yandalia 



ayette uounty: 
Tp. of Bear Grove, 



< < 
« < 



Ford County: 
County of Ford., 
Tp. of Drummer. 
'• Lyman.... 



Fulton County: 
Tp. of Astoria 



Tp. of Lewistown . . . 
" Woodland .... 



To fund existing indebtedness. 



< « 



< « 






To fund existing indebtedness. . 



< § 
« « 



< • 

4 4 
4 • 



4 i 
4 4 
4 4 



To fund existing indebtedness. ., 
To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< < 
f « 



f 4 

4 * 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 

4 4 



To fund existing indebtedness 



< i 

4 4 

4 * 



4 4 
4 I 
• • 



4 4 
4 4 
t 4 



To fund existing indebtedness 



i 4 

4 4 

■ « 

< 4 

. 4 

4 4 

* « 

« f 

( 4 

4 f 

4 1 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



• • • • 

• • • m 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



» • ■ • 
i • • • 



To retire bonds issued to R., R. I. 

and St L. Railroad 

To fund existing indebtedness... . 



< 4 



1882 Deo. 

1883 " 
1886 '• 



1887 Jan. 
1881 May 
1886 Jan. 
1884 Sept. 



A • • • • 
A • • • • 

A • a • • 



A a a • • 

4M • • • a 
A • « • a 

A • • m « 

A • a • • 



1885 June 1.... 



1887 Jan. 1.... 
1882J*ne20&aft 

•' July 1.... 

1881 ,f 1.... 

1882 " 1...,. 

1883 Jan. 1.... 

• < 4 4 -I 

1886 July 1 '.'.'.'. 

1888 tf 2.... 



1880 Nov. 10... 

1881 July 1... 

in « 

A • • • 

1... 



« < 

4 1 



1880 Jan. 1.... 
1882 July 1.... 
1882 Mar. 1& aft. 

A ... i 

X . . « . 



< • 

4 4 



4 « 
( 1 



1882 Oct. 
July 
Aug. 
Deo. 

1883 Mar. 

1884 Jan. 
Mar. 
May 
July 

1885 Mar. 

1886 " 
1884 Nov. 



4 4 

4 4 



4 4 
4 4 
t 4 



1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 



1880 May 1.... 

i « f I « 

A • • • • 

Apr. 1.... 



1886 July 1.... 
1882 Jan. 1.... 
1881 May 24.... 



1880 June 1.... 
1882 July 1.... 
" June 1.... 



1892 Dec. 
1903 •' 
1905 " 



1902 Jan. 
1891 May 
1901 Jan. 
1904 Sept 



A • ■ • i 

A ■ • 9 , 

A • • • 4 



A • • a i 

2»« • < 

A • • • 4 

A • • • i 

A • • • i 



Ten- twenties .. 



1888-95 July 1... 
Five-twenties.. 
1883-97 July 1... 
Five-twenties.. 

• 4 

1892 July 1..!! 

1893 '* 1.... 
1891-1906 July 1. 
188^-98 July 1... 



1881-^5 Nov. 10. 
Eight-fifteens. 

4 4 
• * 

4 4 



1900 Jan. 1.... 
1897 July 1.... 
Five-fifteens... 



Five-twenties.. 

4 4 

1881-1900 July l" 
Five-twenties.. 
Ten- twenties .. 

Five- tens 

Ten- twenties .. 
Five- twenties.. 






1885-95 May 1.. 

4 4 4 f | 

•• Apr. i.\, 



1887-1906 July 1. 
Five- twenties.. 
1884-96 May 24.. 



Five-twenties.. 
< « 

Two -fifteens..*. 



Continued. 



257 



Interest— when 
payable. 



O 



03 



When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No. 



Jane and Dec. 1 
« f < i i 



Jan. 1, ann. 

May 2, " 

Jan. 1, " 

8*.^ J. :: 



July 1, ann... 



July 1, ann. . . 
June 15, 
J11I7 1. 

I! 
1. 
1. 
1. 
1. 



Nov. 10, ann... 
July 1, •• .. 

« « m it 

A, • . 

1 " 

A, .. 



f < 

< « 



July 1, ami... 

Mar.&Julyl,ann 
Mar. 1, ann. . . 



Oct 

July 
• * 

Deo. 
Mar. 
Jul 7 

f • 
f • 

< • 

4 « 



1, ann. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 



Jan. and July 1 
• • • « * 

4 • < • 1 



Jan. and July 1. 

" 1, arm. .. 

May 24. " .. 



June 1, ann... 



July 1, 
June 1, 



4 4 
4 4 



5 
5 
5 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 



5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



7 
6 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



7 
7 

7 



5 
6 
6 



6 
6 



1882 Dec. 8. 

1883 " 12. 
1885 Nov. 28. 



1887 Oct 4 and after 

1881 May 24 

1886Jan. 9 

1884 Deo. 10 

" '* 10 



1885 June 16. 



1887 June 80. 
1882 '• 20. 

" July 

1881 '* 

1882 Oct, 

1888 '* 
i> • • 

1886 July 
1888 " 



8 

2 

6 and after 

3 

3 

2 

2 



1880 Dec. 17. 

1881 June 24. 

.. .. ^ 

•' " 24. 



1880 Feb. 26. 

1882 June 24. 

* 4 Feb. 25. 

«• •• 25. 



18820ct IS 

'• June23 

" Aur. 8 

" Nov.28 

1883 June27 

1884 Feb. 19 and after 

'* Mar. 28 

• • A.nr. 29 

*•" Sopt.13 and after 
• - Nov.21 

1885 Mar. 24 

1886 « 4 4 

1884 Oct. 29 



1880 July 27. 
.. .. w 

" Apr. 8. 



1886 June 29 

1882 Jan. 5 and after. 
1881 May 24 



1880 June 8. 

1882 Auk. 4. 
' ' Sep. 22. 



$500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1.00000 

1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



500 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



600 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 
1,000 

500 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 

500 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



1,000 00 

835 00 

1.000 00 



1,000 00 

500 00 

1.000 00 



500 00 

500 00 
1,000 00 



20 
20 
15 



100 
25 
25 
20 
20 



24 



123 
80 
SO 
25 
26 
10 
4 

70 
30 



150 
15 
10 
12 
20 



50 
21 
17 

10 

8 



10 

10 

17 

6 

32 

19 

9 

20 

4 

1 

4 

6 

15 



12 

1 

32 



136 

145 

25 



50 

90 
11 



Amount. 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
andean- 
celled. 



$10,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 



100.000 00 
12,500 00 
12.500 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 



24,000 00 



123,000 
80,000 
30,000 
25.000 
26,000 
5.000 
2,000 
70,000 
30.000 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



75,000 00 
15,000 00 
10,000 00 
12,000 00 
20,000 00 



30,000 00 
21,000 00 
17,000 00 
10,000 00 
8,000 00 



10,000 00 

10,000 00 

8,500 00 

6.000 00 

32,000 00 

19,000 00 

9,000 00 

20,000 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 

4,000 00 

6.000 00 

7,500 00 



12,000 00 

835 00 

32.000 00 



136,000 00 
72,500 00 
25,000 00 



25,000 00 

45,000 00 
11,000 00 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept 

30.1890. 



!z5 
o 






939,000 00 
42,000 00 
16,000 00 
12,000 00 
15,000 00 



6,000 00 



45,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
s, 000 00 
2,000 00 



3,000 00 
2,000 00 
6,500 00 
1,000 00 



18,000 00 
1,000 00 



8.000 00 

2i,'6oo*66 



8,000 00 

3,500 00 

14,000 00 



7.000 00 

40,000 00 
8,000 00 



$10,000 00 
10,000 00 
15,000 00 



100,000 00 
12,500 00 
12.500 00 
20,000 00 
10,000 00 



24,000 00 



84,000 
38,000 
14,000 
13,000 
11.000 
5,000 
2,000 
70,000 
24,000 



00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



30,000 00 
14,000 00 
10.000 00 
12,000 00 
20,000 00 



30,000 00 

21,000 00 

16,000 00 

7.000 00 

6,000 00 



7,000 
8,000 
2,000 
5,000 

32,000 
1.000 
8,000 

20,000 
4,000 
1,000 
4,000 
6,000 
7,500 



00 
001 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 
00 



4,000 00 

835 00 

11,000 00 



128,000 00 
69,000 00 
11,000 00 



18,000 00 

5,000 00 
3,000 00 



6 

7 
8 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 
7 
8 
9 



1 
2 
S 
4 
5 



1 
2 
S 

4 
5 



1 
2 
S 
4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 



2 
3 



-17 A. 



258 



Statement — 



o 






Locality— 
issund by. 



For what purpose. 



Date. 



Prlnolpal- 

when 

payable. 



1 



Gallatin County: 
County of Gallatin.. 
City of Shawneet'wn 

Greene County: 
City of Whitehall.... 

• • • • 

Hancock County: 
County of Hancock. 
City of Nauvoo 

Henry County : 
Tp. of Osco 



Town of Weston. 
Iroquois Count; 



roQuois uounty: 
City of Watoeka. 

Tp. of Martinton. 

Sheldon... 



« < 



Jackson County: 
C'ty of Murphysboro 

Jasper County: 
County of Jasper 
Town of Fox 



Tp. of St Marie. 
" Wade 



Jersey and Macoupin 
Town of Brighton. .. 



Jersey County: 
Sen. Diet 8, T. 7, R. 12. 

Jefferson County: 
County of Jefferson. 
Tp. of Mount Vernon 

Kankakee County: 
County of Kankakee 

Tp. of Ganeer 

Momence .... 

Pilot 

Pembroke.... 
Aroma 



• * 

< • 
• « 



Knox County: 
Tp. of Rio.... 



LaSalle County: 

Tp. ofLaSalfe 

Inc. T. of Marseilles. 



Lee County: 
Tp. of Brooklyn. 
Hamilton 



> « 
« « 

• « 

« t 



Wyoming . 
Amboy . . . . 



• « 
< • 



To fund existing indebtedness.. . . 



To fund existing indebtedness.,.. 



To fund existing indebtedness.... 



To pay bonds issued to P. & R. L 

Railroad Co 

To fund existing indebtedness.... 



To fund existing indebtedness 



« « 
t < 



* 4 

* 4 

t i 



« * 

* * 
< f 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness. . 



« t 

* » 



< • 

t < 



• < 



Counties: 

To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



* t 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness. ., 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



To fund existing indebtedness 



1885 July 1.... 
1881 *■ 1.... 



1890 Feb. 1,... 

X • • • • 



« « • f 



1885 Oct 19.... 
1882 Sept 1.... 



1878 July 1.... 
1890 Oct 1.... 



1884 July 1.... 

c< if i 

1885 Aug. 28.'!.'! 
,f Nov. 9.... 
" Sept 26.... 



1887 May 16.... 



1887 Oct 1.... 

1882 Sept 1.... 

f I M | 

1881 Feb. l!!!! 

1887 May 1.... 



1880 May 1.... 

X • • • • 

1881 " 1.... 



1885 July 1.... 



1887 July 1.... 

« « if | 

X ■ • • • 



1884 July 1... 

1883 Dec. 27... 

1884 July l!!! 
** April 1... 

18*5 ** 3... 
1890 July 1... 



1884 May 1.... 



1880 Aug. 1.... 
1879 Sept. 1 



1882 April 25.... 
f< ii i 

< • ( « 1 

1881 July 1 !'.'.'. 
1884Sep.l&aft'r 
1885 July 1.... 

X • • • • 



Ten-twenties .. 
Five-twenties.. 



1891-1900 Feb. 1. 
1901-6 " 1. 



1889-1900 July 1. 
1883-92 " 1. 



1883 J*lyl & aft'r 
1896-1909 Oct 1.. 



1893-96 May 1... 
1897 " 1... 
1889-95 July 1... 
1890-96 4i 1... 
1895 July 1 



1897 May 16.... 



1888-1907 Oct 1. 
1897 Sept 1... 

1896 Feb. l!!! 
Ten-twenties . 



Five- twenties.. 






1888-99 July 1... 



1888-1907 July 1. 
1907 July 1 



1904 July 1 

Ten-twenties . 



1889-99 July 1.. 
Ten twenties . 
Five- twenties. 



Five-twenties.. 



1890-92 Aug. 1 .. 
Five -twenties.. 



1883-92 July 1... 
1883 April 1.... 

1882-1901 Juiy'i 
1885-97 July 1... 
1890-97 " 1... 
1891 *• 1... 



Continued. 



259 



Interest— when 
payable. 



ft 
© 

o 

*—» 



© 

CD 
CD 

r 



When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No. 



Amount. 



Amount of 
principal 
.which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept. 

90,1890. 



o 



a 
© 



Jan. and July 1. 
* x. 



Feb. 1, ann... 
* * i • • 



July 1, ann... 
if .. 



Jan. and July 1. 



July 



f • 
** 



1, ann... 
1. " 
1. 
1. 
1. 



• « 

* * 

• < 



May 15 and Nov. 
15, semi-anii.. 



Oct. 1, ann... 
S» #t 1, 

j^r i: 



< . 

c < 

f « 

< « 



May 1, ann... 

if . a 

July 1, ann... 
Jn *Ju 1 sem-an 



July 



« f 
• < 
• « 



1, ann... 

1, 

1. 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1. 



May 1, ann... 



Aug. 1. ann. . . 
Jan. and July 1. 



July 
April 

July 



1, ann... 
1. 
1, 
1. 

.: 

1, 



6 
6 



5 

4% 



6 
6 



7 
6% 



7 
7 
6 
6 
6 



5 

6 
6 
7 
6 



6 
7 

6 



5 
6 



5 
6 
6 
6 
6 
7 
5 



7 
7 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



1886 July 24. 
1881 JuneSO. 



1890 Jan. 30. 

" " 30. 



1885 Oct. 19. 
1882 Sep. 26. 



1878 July 20. 
1890 Sep. 29. 



1884 Deo. 27. 
.. .. ^ 

1885 Sep. 9. 
" Nov. 9. 
" Sep. 28. 



1887 JuneSO. 

1887 Oct. 13. 
1882 Sep. 27. 

1881 Feb. 8. 
1887 Sep. 21. 



1880 Oct 15. 

" " 15. 

1884 Apr. 28. 



1885 July 27. 



1887 JuneSO. 
" Oct. 15. 



1884 Aug. 1 and after 

•• Jan. 4 

f « ** 4 " 

" Aug.18 

" Nov. 1 

1885 Apr. 21 

1890 July 12 



1884 Apr. 23. 



1880 Aug. 27. 
1879 Nov. 21. 



1882Apr. 25 

" ' T 21 and after 

1881 July 26 

1884 Sep. 24 and after 
1887 Apr. 11 
1889 June 26 



$1,000 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1.250 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
1,000 00 



500 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 

622 53 
1,000 00 

500 00 



500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1.000 00 



1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 



1,000 00 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



1,000 00 

500 00 

300 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1.000 00 



190 
50 



10 
5 



120 
19 



12 
20 



4 

1 

9 

22 

19 



16 

80 

14 

1 

11 
47 



40 

16 

1 



12 



100 
25 



53 

60 
72 
11 
9 
100 
60 



18 



19 
13 



78 

12 

1 

118 

34 

8 

6 



9190.000 00 
50,000 00 



5.000 00 
5,000 OQ 



120,001100 
9,500 00 



12,000 00 
20,000 00 



4,000 00 

1.250 00 

9,000 00 

11,000 00 

19.000 00 



8,000 00 

80,000 00 
14,000 00 
622 53 
11.000 00 
23,500 00 



20,000 00 

8,000 00 

500 00 



12.000 00 



100,000 00 
25,000 00 



53,000 00 
30,000 00 
36.000 00 
11,000 00 
4.500 00 
50,000 00 
30,000 00 



18.000 00 



19,000 00 
13,000 00 



78,000 00 

6,000 00 

300 00 

59,000 00 

34,000 00 

8,000 00 

6,000 00 



900,000 00 
7,500 00 



11,000 00 



2,000 00 



12.000 00 



5.500 00 



3.000 00 



9.000 00 



2.000 00 



29,500 00 



6,000 00 
11,000 00 



64,000 00 
3.500 00 



19.000 00 

30,000 00 

6,000 00 



$190,000 00 
50.000 00 



5.000 00 
5,000 00 



100,000 00 
2.000 00 



1,000 00 
20,000 00 



4.000 00 

1,250 00 

7,000 00 

11.000 00 

19,000 00 



8.000 00 

68.000 00 
14,000 00 
622 53 
11,000 00 
23,500 00 



20.000 00 

2.500 00 

500 00 



9,000 00 



91.000 00 
25,000 00 



53,000 00 
30,000 00 
36,000 00 
9,000 00 
4,500 00 
20,500 00 
30,000 00 



18.000 00 



13.000 00 
2.000 00 



14,000 00 

2,500 00 

300 00 

40,000 00 
4.000 00 
2.000 00 
6,000 00 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 

2 



1 

2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



260 



Statement — 



o 



Locality- 
issued by. 



For what purpose. 



• 
Date. 



Principal— 

when 

payable. 



1 
2 
3 

4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 



Livingston County: 
Tp. of Amity 



Avoca 

Eppard's Pt.. 
Indian Grove. 
Pontiao 



Tn. of Beading. 
Tp. of Owego.. 



Logan County : 
County of Logan. . . 

Tp. of Atlanta 

E. Lincoln . . . 

City of Lincoln 

Tp.of Oran 

* * W. Lincoln.. . 



8ch. Dist. No. 3, Tp. 18 
N.,K.2W.,3dP,M. 

Macon County: 

Co. of Macon 

City of Decatur 

Town ' ■ 

Tp. of Mount Zion . . 

Macoupin County: 
Co. of Macoupin . . 









City of Girard 



Madison County: 
City of Edwardsviile 

Mason County: 
Co. of Mason 



Tp. of Havana 

" Mason City... 

McDonough County: 

Tp.of Bushnell 

Mound 

New Salem.... 



* . 

4 i 



McLean County: 
Td ; of Bloomlngton. 

Cheney's Gr. 

Empire 

Village of Say brook. 

Tp. of Allin 



* • 



Downs 



Mercer County: 
Tp. of Eeithsburg.. . 
City of New Boston. 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness 



4 a 
< a 
( • 
t ( 

i « 
• f 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



> > 

1 < 



4 1 

4 < 



f I 

4 4 



»% a . 
. . . . 



To fund existing indebtedness 



• < 



To fund existing indebtedness. . , 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



• a • • 

• • • a 



To fund existing indebtedness .. . 



• < 
< f 

a 4 
4 ( 
( I 
• f 
« a 



• . . 
. . . 

• • • 

. . . 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



1883 Oct. 1. 



'* April 25.... 


1881 July 


X ■ * • • 


1882 Mar. 


* X • • V • 


1879 July 


15 • . . • 


1890 " 


x • • » * 


1878 June 


i.... 


1890 July 


aL • • • a 


1887 July 
1882 g/ 


X • • • • 

aft • • • • 


1886 '* 


X * ■ • • 


< • • i 


X • • • • 


« > « • 


1 


1882 Jan. 


X • • • ■ 


< f 4 4 


X • • • • 


1883 July 


X • • • • 


1890 " 


X • • ■ • 



1887 Aug. 31.... 



1879 Oct. 1.... 

• ' June 1 

14 Oct. 1.... 

1881 July 1 . . . . 



lSTSJ'lyl&aft'r 



1890 July 1... 
1886 Feb. 15.. 
** ■* 16.. 



1890 Aug. 1.... 



1881 July 1... 

« i • a i 

X . . . 

• t • 4 -I 

X . . . 

> • « 4 m 

" Aug. l!.'. 
1883 Jan. 8... 



1886 June 1.... 
" Sept. 1.... 
" Aug. 2.... 



1887 July 
1889 " 

1879 Jan. 

1880 Oct. 

1882 Jan. 
■ « • « 

1887 Oct. 

4 4 ft 

1889 Mar. 



X • • • ■ 

X • • • • 

L • ft ft a 

X ■ • • • 

X • • • • 

X • • » • 

X « • » • 

X • • • • 

X • • • ■ 



1884 July 1.... 
1890 June 23.... 



1885-94 Oct 1... 
1895-1900 Oct 1. 
1885-91 July 1... 
1891-95 tf 1... 
1883-45 Mar. 1 .. 
1884-99 July 15.. 
1891-1903 July 1. 
1880-95 June 1.. 
1891-94 July 1... 



1892-1901 July 1. 
One-twenties . . 
Ten-twenties .. 

1906 July 1....!. 
Five-twenties.. 

Five-tens 

Five-twenties.. 



1884-99 Oct 1... 
1899 June 1 .... 
1884-89 Oct 1... 
20 yrs or on call 



20 yrs or on call 



< « 



( 4 
4 t 



Ten-twenties 

1895 July 1.... 

'• *' 1.... 



1891-1900 Aug.l. 



Five- twenties.. 



Ten-twenties 
1903 Jan. 3 .... 



Five-twenties.. 
Two- twenties.. 



1890-92 Jan. 1.. 
1893-47 July 1.. 
1884-93 Jan. 1.. 
Ten-twenties . . 
1883-92 Jan. 1.. 
1893-97 ** 1.. 
1888-92 Oct. 1.. 

1893 Oct. 1 

1891-93 May 1.. 



1885-94 July 
1909 June 1. 



1.. 



Jul/ 1. ami... 
Jan. and July i. 

Jul/ i', ;; :: 

Aug. 3i, ■• .. 

Jan, ami Julv 1. 
June and Dec. 1. . 
Jan. and July 15 6 
July 1, ar- 



Jan. and July i. 
July 1, a.— 

Feb. and Aug. 1 
Jul/ 1. a. 



July 
Sept. 
Aug. 



Oct. r, 

Oct. 1, 
May ll 



-^fiJuly 3.. 
1887 Juno 29.. 

WiAus.aiai] 
1881 Deo. 30.. 

O " W.V. 
» June 2S... 

1887 Oct. 28... 



1879 Nov. 29 and after 
' ' "lay 30. . . . 
Jot. 17.... 
1881 July 26. . . . 

1878 Mar. 11 and after 



1881 Deo. 27 and after 
1883 Apr. 18.... 



1696 May 38... 
< 1881 Mar. 16... 
'" " Aug. 3... 



1887 Sept. 22.. 
" "*» Sept. 27.. 

.jo Oct. i .:..' 

1882 Feb. 16... 

'■ 16.. 
1887 Bent. 28 . . 

1883 Mar. 18 !'. 



600 00 7 

100 00 { 

50 00 2 

1,000 0010 
1,000 00 
600 00 



8.000 oo 

5, GOO 50 

47,000 00 
25.000 W 


7.000 00 
1.500 00 
26,000 00 
7.000 00 


50.000 00 


27,500 00 


50.000 00 

62,000 00 




13,000 00 










rs.ooo oi 
. ... . 


15, GO" 00 
13.000 00 






12,000 00 

187,000 00 
20,000 00 

m.ooo oo 

10,000 00 

865,000 00 

86S.fti.XI 00 




73,000 00 


32,000 00 
15,000 50 

117.000 00 
1.M0 00 










000.000 00 




























5.000 00 
20,000 00 




S, 500 00 


SB. 000 00 
36.000 00 


26.000 00 
29,000 00 






60.000 HI 
20. 000 Oi 

5,000 00 

5.000 CK 


:?V>-.> oo 

12,(»H1 00 
4.000 00 


S.000 00 


4,000 00 

35.000 00 
19,500 00 


1,000 00 
7,000 00 

i.ooooo 



86,000 00 4 

53.1)00 00 5 

24,000 00 6 

13! 000 00 8 



- '. 1 

11 ; 000 00 3 

S.000 00 4 



3,000 00 9 
28.0OOOI 



262 



Statement— 



o 



B 

CD 



Locality- 
issued by. 




Principal— 

wh3n 
payable. 



1 



Montgomery County: 
City of Litchfield.... 



Morgan County: 
County of Morgan . 
City of Jacksonville. 



Moultrie County: 
County of Moultrie . 

Tp. of Lowe 

Sullivan 



< < 



Ogle County: 
Tp. of Oregon 



« » 



Forreston . . 



Peoria County: 
Tp. of Brimfleld 



< i 
« i 



Elm wood. 



Piatt County : 

Tp. of Bement 

Blue Ridge.. 



I I 
I • 
t f 



I « 

I I 

i • 

* i 



Goose Creek. 
Monticollo . . . 
Sangamon... 



Unity 



Pike County: 
County of Pike, 



>1. 



School Dis.Pittefleld 

I I II 

SchoolDis.6,4S.,6W 

Pulaski County: 
County of Pulaski . 



< « 
* i 
« i 



< * 

I f 

• 4 



Citv of Mound City 



4 4 



« I 
ll 



1 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



1 
2 



Randolph County: 
County of Randolph 

Richland County: 
County of Richland. 

Sangamon County : 
County of Sangamon 



f < 

4 t 



4 4 
* 4 



Tp. of Springfield... 
" Ca 



Capital. 



Schuy ler County : 
County of Schuyler. 



• 4 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



« 4 

I I 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



4 4 



4 4 
4 * 



f < 

I 4 



. . * . 
. * . • 
. . * . 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



* • 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness ... 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
II 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness 
To fund existing indebtedness ... 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing Indebtedness ... 



1890 July 1... 



1887 June 15 

1885 Apr. ?7.... 

" " 27.. v. 

1889 July 1.... 



1882 July 1.... 

1881 Oct. 1.... 

1882 May 1.... 

Mk • • • • 



1880 Sept. 20.... 
1888 Aug. 17.... 
1885 July 1.... 



1887 July 1.... 

1889 " 1.... 

" Nov. 27.... 



1882 Jan. 
1884 July 
1886 June 
1889 July 
1882 " 
1879 Deo. 
1882 Mar. 
1881 Oct. 



Mk • • • • 
*% ■ • • • 

15 ... . 

X • • • • 

X • • • • 

X • • * • 

A • • • • 

A m • • • 



1879 July 1.... 

1HS9 *■• • • • 



• « 

« 4 



1884 Apr. 1.... 



1880 May 



f < ii 
• I ii 

1879 Oct. 
ii ii 



1 1 
• i 



1 1 
i • 



1878 July 1.... 

1884 Jan. 1.... 

1890 Feb. 8.... 
1880 Sept Uafter 



1890 Feb. 8.... 

• I II Q 

O. . . • 



1888 July 1.... 

A • • • • 



* c it 



Ten- twenties .. 



Ten-twenties ., 
1905 Apr. 27., 
" " 27.. 

Ten-twenties .. 



Ten-twenties .. 
Ten-fifteens.... 
Five-twenties.. 
Three- tens 



1881-92 Sept. 20. 
1898-98 July 1. 
1886-96 *• 1. 



1890-1904 July 1. 
1891-1909 July 1. 
1909 July 1 



1888-98 July 1... 

1891-1904 July 1. 

1887-1905 " 1. 

1890-94 and 5-20S 

Five- twenties.. 
< i 

Four-twenties". 
Five-fifteens... 



1887-99 July 1. 

1884-97 " 1. 

1884-98 " 1. 

1885-91 Apr. 1. 



1.... 


1900 May 


1.... 


1.... 


ii ii 


1.... 


1.... 


1 1 1 1 


1.... 


1.... 


1 « 1 4 


1.... 


1.... 


f 1 II 


1.... 


1.... 


II II 


1.... 


1.... 


II II 


1.... 


1.... 


1899 Oct. 


1..-. 



Five-twenties.. 



Five- twenties.. 



1892-94 July 1. 
1900Septl*after 



1900 Feb. 9.... 

• • ii a 

. . * . 



1893-1908 July 1. 
" 1. 



Continued. 



263 



Interest—when 
payable. 






ST 

CD 



When registered. 



Denom- 
ination. 



No. 



Amount 



Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 



Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept 
80.1890. 



&5 
o 



P 
o 



Jan. and July 1 



June 15, ann... 
Jan. and July 1 



July 1, ann... 
Oct. 1. " .. 
Jan. and July 1 
July 1, ann... 

Sept. 20, ann... 

July 1. " .. 
ir * < < 

July 1, ann... 
Jan. and July 1 



July 



Sept. 

July 

Oct. 



July 
1 1 
Apr. 



Jan. 

* € 

June 

« » 

** 

• * 



1, 


ann. 


* • 


1. 




• • 


1: 




• • 




• • 


1, 




• • 


J: 




• • 




• • 


1. 




• ■ 


1, 


ann 


> • « 


1. 


< • 


• • 


1, 


f t 


• • 


1. 


. » 


• • 


1. 


ann 


• • 


1. 




9 m 


1, 




• • 


1. 




• • 


1. 




• • 


i: 




• • 




• • 


1, 




• « 



July 1, ann... 

July 1, ann... 

Jan. and July 1 

Seot 1, ann... 

x, . . 

«« i 1 1 

Jan. and July 1 



Jan.&Julyl.ann 



4 
5 
5 
4H 



5 

6 
5 
6 



6 
6 
6 



5 
5 
5 



6 
7 
7 
5 
6 
6 
6 
6 



7 
6 
6 
6 



6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 
6 



4 

5 

5 

5 

43* 

4 



5 
5 



1890 Aug. 5. 



1887 June 10. 

1885 Apr. 29. 

" " 29 

1889 July 1*. 



1882 Aug. 8 and after 

1881 Nov. 2 

1882 May 25 

g/ 25 



1880 Sept. 28 
1888 Aug. 18 
1885 June 27 



1887 July 5 

1889 June 21 

" Nov. 30 



1882 Feb. 4 and after 

1884 July 22 

1886 June 17 

1889 July 12 

1882 Oct 31 and after 

1880 Jan. 9 

1882 Mar. 16 

1881 Oct. 7 



1879 June 30 & after 

1883 " 30 

•* •• SO 

1884 Jan. 16 



1880 July 10 and after 

Nov. 1 

July 10 and after 



* 4 



§1 

« < 
I f 



1889 Deo. 8. 



1878 Apr. 10 and after 



1884 Jan. 8. 



1890 Feb. 24 

1881 Jan. 22 and after 



< • 



* * 



1890 Feb. 



15. 
24. 



1888 May 23. 
.. ^ 23. 



8600 00 


62 


1.000 00 

1.000 00 

1.000 00 

500 00 


100 
67 
32 

311 


1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


245 
12 
30 
15 


500 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 


20 
59 
70 


1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 


40 
50 
80 


1,000 00 

500 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 


78 
57 
50 
45 
20 
28 
80 
10 


1.000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 

100 00 


202 
13 
44 

105 


500 00 
100 00 
50 00 
25 00 
100 00 
50 00 
25 00 
50 00 


100 

200 

98 

38 

102 

91 

52 

4 


500 00 


80 


1,000 00 


200 


1.000 00 

1.000 00 

500 00 

100 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 


41 

725 

417 

216 

10 

25 


1,000 00 
600 00 


50 
40 



931,000 00 



100,000 00 
67,000 00 
32,000 00 

155,500 00 



245.000 00 
12,000 00 
30.000 00 
15,000 00 



10,000 00 
59,000 00 
35,000 00 



40,000 00 
50,000 00 
80.000 00 



73.000 00 
28,500 00 
25.000 00 
45,000 00 
20.000 00 
28.000 00 
40,000 00 
10,000 00 



202,000 00 
13,000 00 
22,000 00 
10,500 00 



50,000 00 

20,000 00 

4,900 00 

960 00 

10.200 00 

4,800 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 



40,000 00 



200,000 00 
• 

41,000 00 
725,000 00 
208,500 00 

21,600 00 
6,000 00 

25,000 00 



50,000 00 
20,000 00 



88,000 00 

'i6,'666'66 



*,500 00 

1,000 00 

17.500 00 



5,000 00 



12,000 00 



6,000 00 

1,000 00 

12,000 00 

18,000 00 



3,000 00 



50,000 00 



12.000 00 
9.000 00 



1,000 00 

13.900 00 

1.350 00 

500 00 



20.000 00 



13,000 00 



66,000 00 



931.000 00 



100,000 00 
67,000 00 
32,000 00 

155,500 00 



245,000 00 

4,000 00 

80,000 00 

5,000 00 



2,500 00 
58,000 00 
17,500 00 



35,000 00 
50,000 00 
80,000 00 



61,000 00 
28,500 00 
19,000 00 
44,000 00 

8,000 00 
10,000 00 
40,000 00 

7,000 00 



152,000 00 

13,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,500 00 



49,000 00 

6,100 00 

3.550 00 

450 00 

10,200 00 

4,800 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 



20,000 00 
187,000 00 



41.000 00 
669.000 00 
208.500 00 

21.600 00 
5,000 00 

25,000 00 



50,000 00 
20,000 00 



1 
2 
3 

4 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 
8 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



1 
1 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



1 
2 



261 



Statement — 



o 






Locality— 
Issued by. 



For what purpose. 




Principal— 

when 

payable. 



1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

18 

14 

15 



1 

2 

3 

4 

6 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
12 
13 
14 
15 
16 



Shelby County: 
Tp. of Dry Point 



1 1 



Prairie 

Town of Windsor 



City of Windsor. 



Tp. of Richland. 
Town of Okaw. 



Tp. of Shelby ville 

* ' Todd's Point 
i < • « 



Saline County: 
County of Saline 



Stark County: 
Tp. of Essex 



I I 
If 

f « 
• I 

I I 
I f 



Goshen .. 
Toulon..'., 
Oscola . . . 



Penn 

Village qf Wyoming. 

St. Clair County: 
City of East St Louis 



Tazewell County: 
County of Tazewell 



Tp. of Hittle , 
Cfty of Pekln. 



• « 



< < 
« « 

< « 



Tp. of L. Mackinaw. 

Delavan .. 

< « 

« < 
Tremont!! 



Vermilion County: 
Town of Danville . . . . 



« • 



Tp. of Butler 

Elwood 

Georgetown- 
Grant 



i 4 
I « 
• « 



Boss 



Wabash County : 

Co. of Wabash 

City of Mt. Carmel. 
** * « 



To fund existing Indebtedness 



• < 
« « 

• < 

« « 

< < 

< < 
< « 

< < 
« < 
« < 



To fund existing indebtedness .. 



To fund existing indebtedness 



4 4 

i 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 

4 4 

4 4 

4 I 



To fund subsisting legal indebt- 
edness 



To fund existing indebtedness 



t 4 

f 4 

4 4 

I I 

I • 

4 4 

• 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 i 

I 4 

I 4 



To fund existing indebtedness 



To fund existing indebtedness. .. 



• « 



1883 Jan. 
1885 Sept. 
1883 " 
1882 July 



4 4 



1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 
1... 

2... 

1... 

15 



1885 Nov. 

1886 Jan. 
1884 Dec. 

1884 Deo. 15 & aft 

1885 July 1... 
1890 Oct. 1... 

< 4 * 4 m 

*' Apr. 10.!'. 
" Oct. I... 

4 * 4 4 m 

J.. » . 



1885 July 1.... 



1888 Ji 


ily 1 — 


< • • 


X • • • • 


1889 ' 


X a ■ • • 


• t 4 


X • • • • 


1888 ' 


X • • « • 


« * c 


X * a ■ • 


f f « 


X • • • • 


If f 


A • • • • 


1889 ' 


X« • • ■ 


< < t 


X • • • • 


II 1 


X • • • • 


II 1 


1.... 



1888 Sept. 1.... 



1880 Jan. 
1890 July 
1884 May 

:: *w 

If II 

1887 Feb. 
■ I i« 

1884 July 
1879 Oct. 

1889 Nov. 

1890 July 

I f « I 

1889 Dec. 
if i » 



1886 July 
1880 '* 
1882 Feb. 
July 



• i 

• i 
1 1 

I 4 



April 
1883 Sept. 



1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 
31... 
26... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 

1... 



X m 9 m • 
X • • • ■ 

17.... 

X • • • • 
X • • • • 

12.... 
12.... 
11.... 
lo .... 



1881 Sept. 1.... 
" May l.... 

X •>» » • 



Five-twenties., 
f i 

Ten-twenties !1 

Five-twenties.. 
1 1 

1885 Nov. 2.."/. 

1886 Jan. ' 1.... 

Five- twenties.. 
1 1 

10 y'rs and after 

1900 Oct. 1.... 
• i if i 

" Apr. 10.'.*.! 
" Oct. 1.... 

X * • • • 



Five- twenties.. 



1889-1908 July 

1906 

1891-1909 



1889-1906 

1894-1903 

1889-1908 

1892-1908 

1890- .909 
• i 

1891-99 
1909 



• i 

f 4 
I I 
I I 
I I 
f f 
I I 
I I 



1908 Sept. 1.... 



Ten-twenties . . 
1910 Julyl, opt*. 
1885-94 May 1... 
Ten-twenties .. 



i • 

1 1 



Five-twenties.. 

Ten-twenties ." \ 
Five- twenties.. 
1891-1895 July 1. 
1896-1900 July 1. 
1901-1910 July 1. 
1899 Dec. 1, Opt. 
1892 Dec. 1, opt. 



1887-1906 July 1. 

1890 Julv 1 

1886-97 Feb. 17.. 

1902 July 1 

1883-92 July 1... 
1885-91 April 12. 

Six-tens 

Five-tens to 15s- 
1884-1903 July 1. 



1882-1901 Sept. 1 

" " May 1 

if ii ii <■ 



Sept. 1. 
July l'. 

Jury 1st' -V 



Jan. & July ana 6 
J&n.&Julyl,ann 
Jan. & Jul^iuui B 



ISO Ailr.31 and after 



? eb. 18 and after 
lug. 12.. 
)cF. 2. . 



1885 Not. 23.,. 



July 

Ma- 
July 



Jul/ 1 

April 1 



July 
Apr. 1 
July 



. 1S8S Oct » and after 

U Jan.6 audafter. 

18M June as. . . 
18S4 May 1. . . 

:: *$ 1... 



1390 June SO.., 

14 - " ftp. 

1889 Not. 32... 



1BS2 Mar. 2... 
■ •; July 12... 





























































1 


1.000 00 


100 




n 














































600 00 


1300 


500 00 




























































10000 


w 




































M 


5,000 Of 













51 a 


000 ilu 

wo 00 
ono n0 

000 in 

Dran 

000 (x 
mm !)■■ 
000 1/ 

298 0< 


U.WVW 


























































22,000 00 


9.000 00 








00000 

ill" !X 

wo no 
000 00 

500 00 
000 00 

00000 

000 IX 




sir 


4,00000 


v 


3.00*00 


56 


9.000 00 










660,000 00 
00 01 




61,500 00 


0000 

00 00 

0000 


13,000 00 
1,000 00 
£00 00 










00 00 

0001 


4.000 00 
3.000 00 






















IE). 000 00 


32,000 00 


25.000 Oi 


12,000 00 


SO, 0O0 (11 
31.000 00 


21,100 00 

18.000 00 






36.480 00 

100,000 00 
30,000 00 
25.000 0O 


12.768 00 

45.000 00 
13.500 00 
H.250 00 



\ 



266 



Statement — 



o 

• 


Locality- 
issued by. 


For what purpose. 


Date. 


Principal— 

when 
payable. 


1 


Warren County: 
Tp. of Swan 


To fund existing indebtedness. .. 

• < « i « < 

. . « « 
it i < f « 

• I * • < < 

4 4 4 < 4 4 

.... 

To fund existing indebtedness .. 

« « 4 4 4 4 

• • • ■ 
f « < < « < 

• • • • 

To fund existing indebtedness... 
To fund existing indebtedness. .. 
To fund existing indebtedness. .. 

4 4 • < ** f f 

.... 
4 4 14 4 4 

.... 
4 4 4 4 4 « 

.... 

To fund existing indebtedness. .. 


1881 Dec. 19.... 
1890 July 1.... 

4 4 4 4 1 

1. . . . . 
14 4 4 -I 

" Oct. i!!!! 

1881 Sept. 1.... 
1883 Oct. 1.... 

1886 July 1.... 

1881 June 16.... 
1885 Mar. 1.... 

1885 July 1.... 

4 4 4 r | 

Jt . . . . 
«< 4 1 1 

1887 Sept. 28!!!! 

1886 Sept. 1.... 


Five- twenties . 


2 
3 

4 
5 

1 
3 

1 


•• Monmouth... 

" Boseville 

' ' Spring Grove 

Wayne County: 

Tp. of Lamard 

' ' Jasper 

" Big Mound.. 

Woodford County: 
Tp. of Olio 


1891-95 July 1... 

4 4 4 < •* 

1891-99 •• l!!! 
1895 Oct. 1, . 

4 

Five- twenties.. 

1903 Oot. ] 

Five-twenties.. 

1882-96 June 16.. 


1 

1 

3 

4 

1 


Washington County: 
Co. of Washington.. 

White County: 

Co. of White 

< « • « 

4 < « > 

Village of Enfield... 
Whiteside Couny: 

Total 


1886-1905 Mar. 1. 

Five-twenties.. 
Ten- twenties .. 
1905 July 1 
Five- twenties.. 

1891-95 Sept. 1.. 













267 



Continued. 



Interest— when 
payable. 


Go 

O 

**• 

►1 

CD 
00 


When registered. 


Denom- 
ination. 


No. 


Amount 


Amount of 
principal 

which 
has been 
redeemed 
and can- 
celled. 


Amount 
outstand- 
ing Sept. 

30,1890. 


2} 
P 

p 


July l.ann.... 


6 
6 
6 
6 
5 

6 
7 
6 

6 

6 

6 
6 
6 
6 

5 


1881 Dee. 20 


$1.000 00 
2.000 00 
5.000 00 
2.000 00 
1.000 00 

1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 


35 
5 
5 
9 
5 

10 
3 
5 

44 

200 

100 

200 

199 

22 

25 


$36,000 00 

10.000 00 

25.000 00 

18.000 00 

5.000 00 

10.000 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 

44,000 00 

200.000 00 

50.000 00 

100,000 00 

99.500 00 

11,00000 

25,000 00 


98,000 00 


127,000 00 

10,000 00 

25,000 00 

18,000 00 

5,000 00 

7,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 

17.000 00 

175.000 00 

50,000 00 
100.000 00 
♦99.500 00 

11.000 00 

25.000 00 


i 


fi r i' • « 


1890 June 10 


2 


« « i » * 


•• 3 




3 


* 4 1 4 » 


*• 27 




4 


Apr, & Oct. 1.. 


'• Sept. 26 




5 


Sept . 1 ,ann .... 


1882 Apr. 27 


3,000 00 


] 


Apr. & Cot. 1 . . . 


1884 Mar. 19 


2 


July l.ann.... 


1§86 Oct 6 




3 


June 16, ann.... 


1881 June 14 


27,000 00 
25,000 00 


1 


July l.ann.... 


1885 Feb. 26 


1 


Jan. and July 1 
< • * * i 


1885 Aug. 21 


1 


^ 21 




2 


< * * * i 


" 21 




3 


July and Jan. 1 


1887 Oct 8 




4 


Jan. and July 1 


1886 Sept 2 




1 












14.062,76253 


1,786,368 00 


12.276.394 53 

















♦The county authorities report these bonds are held by the county to redeem a like 
amount of bonds issued to the Cairo and Yincennes Bailroad. 



268 
No. 36. — Statement of Drainage District Bonds registered 



o 






Name of District and Location. 



Date. 



Principal- 
when 
payable. 



County of Cass: 
Hager Slough Special Drainage District. 



County of Champaign: 
The Big Slough Special Drainage District. 

Wild Cat Special Drainage District 



County of Iroquois : 
Union Drainage Disk No.l of Ashkum and Danforth Tps 
Sn'l Drain. Dist No.l pfOmargo, Douglas & Danforth 
Bill" " 



ilk* Grove Special Drainage District 



« « 



• « 



c < 

4 4 



< < 
t « 



Counties of Iroauois, Ford and Livingston: 
The Vermilion Special Drainage District.. 



County of Mason: 
The Central Special Drainage District 



Counties of Mason and Tazewell: 
The Mason and Tazewell Special Drainage District.. 



* « 



« * 
« < 



< < 
• « 



< • 

< • 



County of McLean : 
The Esterbrook Special Drainage District No. 1. 



Counties of Piatt and Champaign: 
The Lake Fork Special Drainage District;. 



• ■ 

• < 
• « 
« « 

« < 
< * 



* t 
< < 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 

4 4 



County of St. Clair: 
Drainage Dist No. l,in Sugar Loaf and Centerville Tps 

Total 



1886 Aug. 1... 



1885 Dec. 2.... 

" 2.. 

1887 May 16!.'!! 



1886 Aug. 2.... 
" Nov. 1.... 
•• Mar.a&ait'r 

1888 Nov. 19.... 
1886Mar.2&aft'r 

1887 Oct. 26... 



1887 May 2.... 
1889 ** 1.... 



1887 Feb. 1.... 

1888 Jan. 1.... 



1885 July 15.... 

15 .... 

1886 May 15!!!! 



1886 Apr. l&aftfr 
" Aug. 20.... 

1887 June 1 



1886 May 



A • • • m 
li» • i 

A • ■ • • 

A • • • • 

1887 Feb. 15!!!! 
15. . . . 
15. . . . 



1 1 
« < 

4 4 
4 4 



4 4 
4 4 



1887 Aug. 1.... 



1887-95 Aug. 1.. 



1896 Deo. 2.... 
** 2 

1902 May 16!!!! 



1887-8-9 Aug. 2.. 
1901 July 1.... 
1889 July l&aft'r 
1895-6 July 1.... 
1889 July l&aftfr 
1896 July 1.... 



1890May2&aftfr 
1895-1901 May 1. 

4* 

1892-96 July 1.. 
1898 July 1 



1889-99 July 1.. 
1.. 
" 1 

1899-1901 July i". 



1890-93 Jan. 1.. 
1893 July lor aft 
1896 June 1 



1891-91 May 1.. 

1891 tf 1.. 

1892 ** 1.. 
1893-94 ** 1.. 

1891 " 1.. 

1892 Feb. 15.... 
15.. .. 

1891 " 15.... 



1890-93 Aug. 1.. 



269 



in pursuance of the Act of June 27, 1885. 



Interest- 
when 
payable. 



I 

o 






When registered. 



Denomi- 
nation. 



No. 



Amount. 



Am't of 
pr'ncipal 
which 
has been 
rede'm'd 
and can- 
celled. 



Aug. 1. ann — 



June and Dec. 2 

2 

Jan. and July.. 



Aug. 2. ann 
Jul 7 l. 

•■ i. 



Hay 2, ann.... 
1, ann.. .. 

July l.ann 

X f ■ • • • 



July l,ann 

1. 
1. 
1. 



« < 



* * 



Jan. l.ann.... 
July 1, •• .... 
June 1, " .... 



May 



Feb. 



l,ann 

1, 

1. 

1. 

1, 
15, 
15, 
15, 



Aug. l.ann.. 



7 
7 
6 



7 
6 
7 
6 
7 
7 



6 
6 



6 
6 



7 
7 
7 
7 



7 
6 
6 



7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 
7 



1886 Oct. 2. 



1886 Dec. 8 and 'after 
1888 June 7 

1887 May 20 



1886 Aug. 27 and after 

1886 Dec. 16 

1888 Nov. 26 



I 4 
I * 



26 

26 
26 



1887 May 10. 
1889 May 6. 



1887 Mar. 1. 

1888 Jan. 7. 



1885 July 22. 

22. 
" 22* 

1886 May 14.' 



1886 May 22 and after. 
" Aug.80 

1887 June 6 



1886 May 19 and after. 

19 

19 

19 

1886Junell 

1887Mar.l9 

19 

19 



1887 Aug. 17. 



9500 00 



500 00 

200 00 

1,000 00 



500 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1.000 00 

400 00 
1.860 00 



1.000 00 
1.000 00 



1.000 00 
1,000 00 



1.000 00 
500 00 
100 00 

1,000 00 



100 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 



1,000 00 
725 US 
173 68 
347 36 
139 14 

1.000 00 
333 00 
538 29 



1,000 00 



18 



46 
10 
25 



23 

50 

21 

3 

7 

1 



18 
28 



92 
15 



131 
30 
50 
72 



39 
27 

9 



12 
1 
1 
2 
1 

12 
1 
1 



39 



99,000 00 



23,000 00 

2.000 00 

25,000 00 



11,500 00 

50,000 00 

21,000 00 

3.000 00 

2,800 00 

1,360 00 



18,000 00 
28,000 00 



92,000 00 
15,000 00 



131,000 00 

15,000 00 

5,000 00 

72,000 00 



3.900 00 

27,000 00 

4,500 00 



12,000 00 
725 33 
173 68 
694 72 
139 14 

12,000 00 
333 18 
538 29 



39,000 00 



9625.664 34 



94,000 00 



6,000 00 



800 00 



3.000 00 



7,000 00 



22.000 00 
3.000 00 
1,000 00 



1.800 00 



9,000 00 



957,600 00 



Amount 

out- 
standing 
Sept. 
30,1890. 



95,000 00 



23,000 00 

2.000 00 

25.000 00 



11,500 00 

50,000 00 

15,000 00 

3. (KM) 00 

2.000 00 

1,360 00 



15,000 00 
28,000 00 



85,000 00 
15,000 00 



109,000 00 

12,000 00 

4,000 00 

72,000 00 



2,100 00 

27.000 00 

4.500 00 



12.000 00 
725 33 
173 68 
694 72 
139 14 

12,000 00 
333 18 
538 29 



30,000 00 



&5 

o 






9568,064 34 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 



1 
2 



1 
2 



1 
2 
3 
4 



1 
2 
3 



1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 



270 

No. SJV-SNY ISLAND LEVEE OF ADAMS, PIKE AND CALHOUN COUNTIES. 

* Bonds issued by Commissioners in pursuance of Act of April 24, 1871. in force July 1, 
1872; registered in the Auditor's office under act approved April 9, 1872, in force July 1, 
1872, viz.: 



What aided. 



Date. 



Principal 
—when 
payable. 



'- © 



CD O 




I 



When registered. 



r*S 


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► 


og 


o 


B* 


Pg 




o 

p 

• 


i f 




• 
• 



8g§B 

S *§ 



Sny Island Levee 



Total, 



1872 Oct 1 
72 Oct. II 
TBMar.l) 



1882tol891 



T\y an 



10 
10 



1872 Nov. 12 & after 



8500 
1000 



198 
652 



896,600 
552.000 



8648,600 



896,600 
652,000 



8648,500 



•The Supreme Court of Illinois has held that the law under which these bonds were 
issued is in violation of the State constitution. 



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No. 41.— Statement of the condition op Trust Companies 

AS SHOWN BY REPORTS OF THE LAST EXAMINATION OP SAID 
COMPANIES FILED IN THIS OFFICE. 

Condition of the Illinois Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, 
Illinois, at the commencement of business on the morning of 
May 28, 1890, as shown by report of examination Sled with 
the Auditor June 14, 1890. 











ASSETS. 






















291.868 97 
























Hank, Milwaukee 


692 91 




961 

B,W 
2.163 

96 
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18 
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688, 
163 

8,112 

4,909 

82 

1C 

n 



















































295 



B 



Statement— Continued. 

Condition of The American Trust and Savings Bank, Chicago, 
Illinois, at the commencement of business on the morning of 
April 4, 1890. as shown by report of examination filed with 
the Auditor April 8, 1890. 



Capital stock paid in. 
Surplus 



ASSETS. 



• « 



• < 



United States bonds 

Premiums on United States bonds 

Other bonds 

Gash on hand 

Cash in Preston National Bank. Detroit 

National Bank of the Republic, New York 

Consolidation National Bank, Philadelphia. 

Massachusetts National Bank, Boston 

Metropolitan National Bank, Chicago 

Continental National Bank, St. Louis 

Euclid Avenue National Bank, Cleveland 

Merchants' National Bank, Cincinnati 

Merchants' National Bank. Toledo 

Merchants' Exchange Bank, Milwaukee 

Falls City Bank, Louisville 

" Bank of Commerce. Indianapolis 

' * Merchants' and Manufacturers' Bank. Columbus. 

' * Security Bank. Minneapolis 

" Union Bank, Omaha 

Flour City Bank. Minneapolis 

Cash due from sundry banks, in transit 

Loans and discounts 

Checks and other cash items 

Overdrafts 

Collections 

Current expenses 



« « 



Total assets 



LIABILITIES. 



Savings deposits, subject to notice .. 
Individual deposits, subject to check 

Demand certificates 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks 

Undivided profits 

Due to other banks 

Capital stock 

Surplus 



Total liabilities. 



81,000,000 00 
25.000 00 



$100,000 00 

26,000 00 

28,500 00 

71,667 62 

4,188 97 

87,570 69 

13,872 11 

19,217 38 

187,589 85 

10,960 96 

8.607 58 

7,100 72 

185 79 

2,484 19 

486 68 

6,965 50 

1,247 31 

5,351 11 

2,984 36 

715 94 

5,657 39 

2,185,201 30 

231.039 44 

957 52 

333 88 

5,763 32 



88,004,098 41 



1272.239 04 

1,089,142 57 

822,816 19 

135.469 78 

860 68 

28,089 65 

180,480 50 

1,000,000 00 

25,000 00 



83.004,098 41 



Condition of The Jennings Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois, at 
the commencement of business on the morning of December 
18, 1889, as shown by report of examination fled with the 
Auditor January 17, 1890. 



Capital stook paid in 

ASSETS. 

Loans, secured on real estate 

Loans, secured on collateral 

Cash on hand 

Interest 



8207.000 00 



8201,294 37 

4.500 00 

55,245 96 

66 97 



B 



296 



Statemen t — Continued . 



Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Sundry ledger accounts 

Total assets 

LIABILITIES. 

Commissions 

Deposits, trust funds 

Due sundry persons, rents collected, etc 

Capital stock 

Total liabilities 



$839 02 
3.881 51 
3,003 96 


8268,381 78 


86,293 51 

34.582 09 

20,456 IS 

207.000 00 


8268.331 78 



Condition of the Northern Trust Company, Chicago, Illinois, at 
the commencement of business on the morning of May 13, 
1890, as shown by report of examination filed with the 
Auditor May 23, 1890. 



Capital stock paid In 

ASSETS. 

United States bonds 

Premiums on United States bonds 

Other bonds, including railroad, city railway, Lincoln Park and Cham- 
ber of Commerce Safety Vault Company bonds 

Premiums on other bonds 

Cash on hand 

Cash in Corn Exchange Bank. Chicago 

National Bank of Commerce, New York 

National Bank of the Bepublio, Boston 

Demand loans 

Time loans 

Beal estate loans 

Overdrafts 

Current expenses 

Exchange 

Checks and other cash items 

Certificate of deposit interest account 

Total assets 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital stock 

Undivided profits 

Trust deposits 

Individual deposits 

Certificates of deposits 

Time certificates of deposits 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks 

Due to other banks 

Collateral account 

Total liabilities 



81,000,000 00 



8272.500 00 
66,771 88 

601.000 00 

14.629 27 

235.286 59 

331.827 04 

415.365 54 

63,193 31 

804.218 00 

585.600 00 

50.000 09 

8.370 67 

4.103 67 

426 68 

19.282 25 

1,547 02 



83.474.121 92 



81,000,000 00 

63,229 53 

7.577 34 

1,460.056 24 

209,106 27 

617,153 79 

31.966 97 

52,492 93 

32,500 00 

38 85 



83,474.121 92 



297 



B 



Statement— Continued . 
t 

Condition of the Title Guarantee and Trust Company, Chicago, 
Illinois, at the commencement of business on the morning of 
January 15, 1890, as shown by report of examination filed 
with the Auditor January 18, 1890. 



Capital stock 

Surplus 

ASSETS. 

Abstract plant, consisting of over three thousand volumes of records. In- 
dices, etc., containing complete records of title to all Oook county 
lands 

Loans secured on real estate 

Loans secured on collaterals 

Bills receivable 

8ash on hand 
urrent expenses 

Inventory (being abstracts made and held) 

Individual ledger accounts 

Total assets 

LIABILITIES. 

Capital stock 

Surplus 

Undivided profits 

Profit and loss account, premiums, abstracts, interest and commissions ... 

Deposits for abstracts ordered 

Ledger balances 

Total liabilities 



SI. 600,000 00 
10,000 00 



$1,200,000 00 

397.890 83 

13,600 00 

600 00- 

8.676 86 

6,114 29 

6,267 35 

17.418 15 



$1, 650,067 48 



$1,600,000 00 

10,000 00 

28.765 10 

7,326 04 

568 00 

8,408 34 



$1,650,067 48 



B 



298 



No. 42.— Balance of appropriations made by the Tbirty-tifth Gen- 
eral Assembly unexpended Oct. 1, 1888, the amount of war- 
rants since drawn thereon, and the unexpended balance which 
lapsed into the State Treasury September 80, 1889. 



Appropriations. 



Balance un- 
expended 
Oct 1, 1888. 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Amount 
lapsed Into 
State Treas- 
ury Sept. 
90.1889. 



Appellate Court— First District: 

incidental expenses 

Purchase of lawbooks 

Bent of court rooms, fuel and light- 

Librarian 

Appellate Court— Second District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Appellate Court— Third District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Purchase and rebmding of law books for law 

library in capitol building 

Appellate Court— Fourth District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Blind— Illinois Industrial Home for 

Blind— Institution for Education of 

Repairs and improvements 

Fire escape 

Paying one-half of width of street and connec- 
tions 

Board of Live Stock Commissioners and State 
Veterinarian: 

Expenses (emergenoy) 

Expenses 

Damages for animals slaughtered (emergency)... 

Damages for animals slaughtered, property de- 
stroyed and disinfecting premises 

Damages for animals slaughtered, etc., being 
amounts paid into Treasury for sale of healthy 

carcasses 

Commissioners of Labor Statistics: 

Incidental expenses 

Salary of Secretary 

Expenses of biennial examination for mine in- 
spectors 

Commissioners of Public Charities: 

Salary of secretary 

Clerk hire and incidental expenses 

Contingent fund of Governor 

Conveying convicts to and from penitentiary 

Conveying convicts to reform school 

Cost and expenses of State suits 

Deaf and Dumb— Institution for Education of: 

rdinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Pupils' library 

Erection of cottage for girls 

Eye and Ear Infirmary— Illinois Charitable: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Additional furniture 

Executive Mansion and grounds— repair, care, heat- 
ing and lighting 

Feeble Mind ed Children— Asylum for: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Improvement of grounds 

Purchase of two new boilers 

Sewer construction. 

Fish Commissioners: 

Expenses 

Personal and traveling expenses of Commis- 
sioners and assistants In enforoing fish- way 
laws 

Amount carried forward. 



$1,486 08 

1.184 40 

4,166 67 

600 00 

1,359 88 
400 00 

1,411 00 
400 00 

1,410 75 

1,058 65 

400 00 

100,000 00 

24,000 00 

1,604 77 

1,200 00 

3,400 00 



67 14 

16,448 18 

6,411 42 

149,906 85 



2,868 17 

2,344 54 
2,500 00 

294 60 

2,750 00 
3,463 12 
3,968 25 
25,729 05 
5,993 45 
3,817 60 

75,000 00 

2,142 25 

426 89 

275 57 

18,750 00 
171 58 
282 65 

1,640 95 

46,500 00 

2,333 12 

500 00 

115 10 

5,000 00 

5,900 17 



2.825 36 



8530,825 15 



896175 

1,138 00 

4,166 67 

500 00 

1,359 88 
400 00 

684 60 
400 00 

792 89 

1,053 65 
400 00 



24,000 00 
1.504 77 
1,200 00 

8.400 00 



9,411 06 
5,411 42 

659 58 



2,344 54 
2,500 00 

197 02 

2,750 00 
3,468 12 
8,988 25 
14.719 46 
4.148 85 
79 75 

75.000 00 

2,142 25 

426 89 

275 67 

18.750 00 
171 58 
282 65 

1,640 95 

46,500 00 

2.333 12 

500 00 



4,909 80 
5,900 17 

1,889 23 



8252.247 46 



8534 28 
46 40 



726 40 
♦617 86 



100,000 00 



67 14 9 
7,087 12 



149,349 27 



2,868 17 



97 58 



11,009 60 
1,844 60 
8,737 85 



115 10 
90 20 



936 12 



8278.577 69 



299 



B 



Statemen t— Continued . 



Appropriations. 



Balance un- 
expended 
Oct. 1. 1888. 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Amount 
lapsed into 
State Treas- 
ury Sept 
SO, 1889. 



Amount brought forward 

| Fish Commissioners— <7on£inued.- 

Building and equipping office and storage 

boat 

Fugitives from Justice: 

Apprehension and delivery of 

Bewards for arrest 

General Assembly: 

Pay of employes of 85th General Assembly 
(emergency) 

Copying laws, journals, etc 

Distributing laws, journals, etc 

Committee expenses of tffth General Assembly. 
Heating and Lighting State House: 

Fuel, pay of engineers, firemen and incidental 
expenses 

Repairs to heating department 

Lighting State House and incidental expenses 

thereof. 

Hospital for the Insane— Northern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Care and improvement of grounds 

Iron lire-proof doors and fire-proof walls.. 

Hospital for the Insane—Southern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Improvements and repairs 

Care and improvement of grounds 

Hospital for the Insane— Central: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and contingent 

Improvement of grounds 

Extending eighteen dining-rooms 

Hospital for the Insane— Eastern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Furniture and fixtures 

Land 

Repairs and improvements 

Library for patients 

Additk nal stock and farm Implements 

Additional stock barn 

Illinois and Michigan Canal 

Illinois Dairymaus Association 

Illinois National Guard: 

State camp' grounds— fences,* improvements, re- 
pairs and extension 

Incidental expenses of Secretary of State in care 

of State House grounds, etc 

Interest on State School fund 

Laborers, janitors, policemen and watohmen 

Honey refunded 

Normal University— Normal: 

Ordinary expenses 

Normal University— Southern: 

Salaries 

Repairs 

Fuel 

Library 

Apparatus 

Museum 

Care of grounds 

Engineer and janitor 

Trustees' expenses 

Offices: 
Governor: 

Private secretary and clerk hire 

Office expenses 

Porter 

Amount carried forward 



$630,825 15 



15 77 

20,208 53 
1,726 «4 



10,847 50 

323 33 
305 00 

3,000 00 

11.499 98 
542 74 

5,233 74 

73.500 00 
2,265 39 

593 99 
1,609 77 

77,625 00 

3,966 12 

423 46 

112,500 00 

7,000 00 

264 58 

470 55 

180,000 00 

1.978 22 

2,238 51 

6,859 90 

486 82 

1,108 36 

109 94 

36,856 40 

600 00 

79,988 73 

324 21 

8,717 20 
125 38 

4,504 00 
994 55 

20,620 17 

15,750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
750 00 
375 00 
375 00 
450 00 
720 00 
375 00 



3,100 00 

1,043 64 

525 00 



11,235,123 27 



8252,247 46 



15 77 

8,86131 
200 00 



323 

185 



33 

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441 15 



11,499 
542 



98 
74 



5,233 74 



73,500 

2,265 

593 

1,609 

77,625 

3,966 

428 

112,500 

7,000 

264 

470 

180,000 
1,978 
2.063 
6,859 

486 
1,108 

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1.526 64 



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B 



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Appropriations. 



Balance un- 
expended 
Oct 1, 1888. 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Amount 
lapsed into 
State Treas- 
ury Sept. 
30, 1889. 



Amount brought forward. 

Secretary of State: 
Clerk hire. 



Two porters and messengers. 
Iron boxes and book racks... 



Stenographer and typewriter 

Indexing: records 

Office expenses 

Auditor of Public Accounts: 

Clerk hire 

Two porters or messengers 

Office expenses 

Printing tax blanks, circulars and miscellaneous 

printing 

State Treasurer: 

Clerk hire 

Two night and two day watchmen 

Office expenses 

Messenger and clerk 

Superintendent of Public Instruction: 

Clerk hire 

Office expenses 

Refurnishing office and increase of library 

Janitor, porter and messenger 

Attorney General: 

Clerk hire 

Stenographer 

Office expenses 

Porter and messenger 

Adjutant General: 

Clerk hire 

Office expenses and repairs 

Repairs, etc., of additional flags in Memorial 
Hall 

Srdnance Serjeant at State Arsenal 
ustodlan of battle flags, etc., in Memorial Hall. 

Janitor and messenger 

Watchman and laborer at Camp Lincoln 

Moving flags, etc., to Memorial Hall, furniture, 

etc. (emergency) 

Pay of officers and members of 36th General As- 
sembly and salaries of State officers, including 

mileage of Presidential electors 

Penitentiary — Joliet : 

Current expenses 

Books for library 

Penitentiary— Southern : 

Current expenses 

R epairs .\ 

Building south cell-house 

Books for library 

Printing paper and stationery 

Public Binding *. 

Public printing (emergency) 

P ub He pri nting. 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners: 

Office expenses including salary of secretary. . . 

Expenses in suits and investigations 

Printing and publishing schedule of rates 

Printing, publishing and distributing railroad 

maps 

Repairs upon State House: 

Repairing dome (emergency) 

Repairing cornice at base of dome (emergency) 

Repairing roof outside of dome (emergenoy).... 

Repairing outside wall damaged by fire (emerg'cy) 
School .Fund: 

Applied in payment for services and expenses 
of County Superintendents of Schools 



Amount carried foi-ward 



91,235,123 27 



7,875 00 
1,050 00 
925 87 
600 00 
2.250 00 
1.710 08 

5.025 00 
1,050 00 
1,716 70 

1,185 62 

3.000 00 

2,400 00 

1,129 25 

600 00 

2,583 84 

1,042 35 

320 88 

£83 34 

2,500 00 
800 00 

2,488 23 
700 00 

2,250 00 
824 95 

290 40 
600 00 
525 00 
525 00 
520 02 

100 



487.423 77 

101,000 00 
300 00 

70,000 00 

500 00 

35,000 00 

700 00 

21,421 08 

15,470 09 

114,674 36 

9,367 67 

4,866 13 
7.430 10 
2,726 50 

564 75 

2,68157 

308 00 

300 00 

14 00 



100.000 00 



8892,803 64 



7,875 00 
1.050 00 
925 87 
600 00 
2.250 00 
1,710 08 

5,625 00 
1,050 00 
1.716 70 

260 00 

3,000 00 

2.400 00 

1.120 55 

600 00 

2.583 34 

1,042 35 

303 45 

583 34 

2,500 00 
800 00 

1,463 90 
700 00 

2,250 00 
824 95 

66 25 
600 00 
525 00 
525 00 
520 02 



487,428 77 



26,000 
900 

70,000 
500 

35,000 
691 

21,421 

15,470 



00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
12 
08 
09 



9,367 67 



3.793 

2,405 

5 



66 
78 
50 



564 50 



1,822 
308 
109 



32 

00 
05 



100,000 00 



82,157,443 32 SI, 713, 456 93 



9342,319 6$ 



925 62 



8 70 



17 43 



1,024 33 



224 IS 



1 00 



75,000 00 



888 

1,072 47 
5.024 37 
2.721 00 

25 

759 25 

""WO* 95 
14 00 



9443,986 39 



301 



B 



Statem^n t — Continued . 



Appropriations. 



Balance un- 
expended 
Oct. 1. 1888. 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Amount 
lapsed into 
State Treas- 
ury Sept 
30, 1889. 



Amount brought forward. 



8oldiers' Orphans' Home: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 



Books and papers for pupils', library* 
"loi 



Soldiers' and Sailors* Home: 

Ordinary expenses 

Additional cottages complete and furnished 

Services of architect, superintendent of con- 
struction and contingent fund 

State Board of Equalization: 

Expenses 

State Board of Health: 

Salary of secretary 

Office expenses and sanitary inspection. 

Messenger and janitor 

Salary ox assistant secretary and additional clerk 
hire 

Contingent fund for preventing and suppressing 

epidemics, etc 

State Historical Society and Natur'l History Museum: 

Salary of curator 

Salary of assistant curator 

Salary of janitor. 

Contingent, traveling and necessary expenses 

of curator 

State Horticultural Society 
State Library: 

Purchase of books and incidental expenses 

Salary of assistant librarian 

State Laboratory of Natural History and State En- 
tomologist: 

Salary or director. 

State Reform School: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Boys' library 

Supreme Court— Northern Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

8upreme Court— Central Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

Refurnishing, etc., court and conference rooms.. 
Supreme Court— Southern Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

Purchase of lawbooks 

Supreme Court Reports— Purchase of (sum neces- 
sary) 

University of Illinois: 

Payment of taxes of 1886 and 1887 

To erect monument in honor of John A. Logan, 

deceased 
To pay expenses ' of ' rearing' the Abraham Lin- 
coln Homestead and employing custodian .... 
To pay amounts due owners of animals that were 
slaughtered prior to July 1,1885, viz.: 

F. H. Bowran 



Total 



$2,157,443 32 

41,250 00 

1 03 

853 77 

93,375 00 
11,589 82 

3,786 20 

10,007 50 

3.000 00 

1.912 71 

600 00 

5,478 58 

39,600 00 

1,681 00 
600 00 
675 00 

346 78 
2,000 00 

1,132 70 
675 00 

4,000 00 

37.500 00 

80 50 

300 00 

2,950 64 
500 00 
400 00 

3,034 35 

1.000 00 

400 00 

940 00 

1,897 04 
500 00 
400 00 
793 95 

2,612 25 

37115 

50.000 00 

2,028 85 

25 00 



91,713,456 93 

41,250 00 

1 03 

353 77 

93,375 00 
11,599 82 

3,786 20 

10,007 50 

3,000 00 

1.78138 

600 00 

5,476 22 

5,854 38 

1,68100 
600 00 
675 00 

346 78 
2,000 00 

1,132 70 
675 00 



82.485,252 14 



37,500 00 

80 50 

300 00 

2.950 46 
500 00 
400 00 

1,83177 

1,000 00 
400 00 
940 00 

1.897 04 
500 00 
400 00 
793 95 

2,612 25 



1,000 00 
1,913 52 

25 00 



91,952,697 20 



9143,966 39 



13133 

236 
33,745 62 



4.000 00 



18 



1.202 58 



371 15 

*49,O0O 00 

115 33 

8632,554 94 



♦Re-appropriated, act of 1889, approved May 21, 1889. 



B 



302 



No. 43.— Appropriations made by the Thirty-sixth General As- 
sembly, the amount of Warrants drawn thereon y and the un- 
expended balance. 



Appropriations. 



Amount 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Unexpend- 
ed balance. 



Appellate Court— First District: 

Incidental expenses 

Purchase of law books 

Bent of court rooms, fuel and light 

Librarian 

Furnishing, carpeting, decorating and supplying 

rooms 

Appellate Court— Second District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Appellate Court— Third District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Appellate Court— Fourth District: 

Incidental expenses 

Janitor 

Blind— Institution for Education of: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Library for inmates , 

Repairs to c or nice , 

Piano tuning and repair department , 

Cottage for girls , 

Covered walk for girls , 

Repairs of chapel , 

Board of Live Stock Commissioners and State Vet- 
erinarian: 

Expenses 

Damages for animals diseased or exposed to 
contagion slaughtered and for property de- 
stroyed 

Commission of Claims: 

Salaries of Commissioners 

Salaries of bailiff, assistant clerk and messenger. 
Commissioners of Labor Statistics: 

Clerical services, canvassers, etc 

Salary of secretary 

Commissioners of Public Charities: 

Salary of secrotary 

Clerk hire and incidental expenses 

Contingent fund of Governor 

Conveying convicts to and from the Penitentiary.. . . 
Conveying female prisoners from Southern Illinois 

Penitentiary to the Northern Penitentiary 

Conveying convicts to Reform School 

Costs and expenses of State suits 

Deaf and Dumb— Institution for Education of: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and Improvements 

Public library 

Extension and improvements of grounds 

Purchase of engine for electric light plant 

Street improvements jpaving. etc 

Eye and Ear Infirmary— Illinois Charitable: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and Improvements 

Library for inmates 

Additional furniture 

Paving Peoria street (assessment) 

Painting buildings 

Executive Mansion and grounds: 

Care, heating, lighting, etc 

Repairing and furnishing 

Feeble-Minded Children— Asylum for: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and Improvements 

Library for inmates 

Erection of building for custodial oases, etc 

Purchase of electric light plant 



Amount carried forward 



94.000 00 
4,000 00 

10,000 00 
1,000 00 

7,640 00 

2,000 00 
800 00 

2,000 00 
800 00 

2,000 00 
800 00 

76,000 00 

4,000 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 

8.000 00 

18,000 00 
1,000 00 
4,350 00 



20.000 00 



100,000 00 

8.100 00 
8,000 00 

10,000 00 
5,000 00 

6,000 00 

9.000 00 

4,000 00 

40.000 00 

2,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 

200,000 00 

10,000 00 

1,000 00 

10,000 00 

1.200 00 

6,000 00 

64,000 00 

2,000 00 

200 00 

2.000 00 

402 00 

950 00 

6,000 00 
18,500 00 

132.000 00 

4,000 00 

400 00 

40,000 00 

4.500 00 



8852,042 00 



81.367 94 

685 45 

5,833 83 

625 00 

7.640 00 

1,156 59 
400 00 

806 00 
100 00 

674 77 

400 00 

47,500 00 

3,732 94 

49 97 

226 25 

2,33127 

16.386 10 



4,163 90 



12,838 95 



4,755 67 

5.265 00 
1,575 15 

6,621 66 
2,500 00 

3,250 00 

4,690 45 

389 61 

16,386 70 

2,000 00 

4.771 65 

24 10 

125.000 00 

4,995 66 

532 89 

10,000 00 

1,200 00 

4,356 05 

33,750 00 
976 71 
100 00 
1,752 36 
400 74 
880 04 

4,168 71 

13.499 98 

82.500 00 
2,091 26 

87 99 

26,159 22 

4,050 00 



$475,049 46 



82,682 06 

3,314 55 

4,166 67 

375 00 



843 41 
400 00 

1,194 00 
700 00 

1.425 23 
400 00 

28.500 00 
267 06 
350 03 
773 75 
668 73 
1,613 90 
1,000 00 
186 10 



7,66105 



95,244 33 

2,835 00 
1,424 85 

3,378 34 
2,500 00 

2,750 00 

4,309 55 

3.610 30 

23.613 30 



5,228 35 
3,975 90 

75,000 00 

5,004 34 

467 11 



1,643 95 

20,250 00 

1.023 29 

100 00 

247 64 

126 

69 96 

1,83129 
02 

49,500 00 
1,908 74 

312 61 
13,840 78 

450 00 



8376,992 54 



303 



B 



Statemenir— Continued. 



Appropriations. 



Amount. 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Unexpend- 
ed balance. 



Amount brought /toward. 



Fish Commissioners: 

Expenses 

Personal and traveling expenses of Commission- 
ers and assistants in enforcing fish- way laws... 

_ Furnish and equip office and storage boat 

Fugitives from Justice: 

Apprehension and delivery of 

Bewards for arrests 

General Assembly: 

Pay of employes of 96th General Assembly 
(emergency) 

Copying laws, journals, etc 

Distributing laws, journals, etc 

Expressage and postage on laws, journals, etc. .. 
_ Committee expenses, 37th General Assembly .... 
Heating and Lighting State House : 

Heating, fuel, pay of engineers, firemen, etc 

For lighting State House and incidental expenses 
thereof 

Purchase of dynamos and other machinery for 

_ lighting State House by electric light 

Hospital for the Insane— Northern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Bepairs and improvements 

Library for patients 

Benewal of plumbing in north and south wings, 
etc 

Benewal of laundry machinery, etc 

Equipments of workshop for patients, bakery, 
etc 

New barn and stock si vl« 

Erection, completion, fcrnidhing, heating and 



lighting new building. 
Building for feed storage with basement. 



New piggery and yard enclosures 

Fire-proofing of basement of hospital buildings. 

Inside and outside painting 

Hospital for the Insane— Southern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Improvement and repairs 

Library for patients 

For new laundry and machinery 



Engine, pifcip and pump-house 

Thermostals. electrical clock and appurtinanoes. 

Vegetable cellar 

Erection, completion, furnishing, heating and 

lighting new building 

Hospital for the Insane— Central: 

Ordinary expenses 

Bepairs and improvements 

Library for patients 

Brick stable and carriage house 

Store house 

Steam engine 

Street paving 

Erection, completion, furnishing, heating and 

w lighting new building. 

Hospital for the Insane— Eastern: 

Ordinary expenses 

Inside and outside painting. 

Furniture and fixtures 

Bepairs and improvements 

Library for patients 

Enlarging main kitchen, with cooking apparatus 

Enlarging laundry building, with machinery.... 

Straw barn and wagon shed 

Additional electric lights and machinery 

Concrete floors in basement corridors and in 
walks 

Completing south wing of employes' quarters 

Converting old farm house into cottage and 
building new farm house 

Land drains and repair of sewer 



Amount carried forward. 



9662,042 00 



15,000 00 

4,000 00 
500 00 

30,000 00 
8,000 00 



65,000 00 

000 00 

500 00 

2,400 00 

1,000 00 

30.000 00 

8,000 00 

4,000 00 

160.000 00 

10,000 00 

500 00 

7.000 00 
1,000 00 

2,000 00 
4,500 00 

120,000 00 

1,490 00 

500 00 

2,000 00 

6,000 00 

200,000 00 

10,000 0Q 

500 OOf 

10,000 00 

650 00 

1,500 00 

800 00 

120,000 00 

260,000 00 
14,000 00 
800 00 
4,500 00 
2,500 00 
1,600 00 
8.307 70 

120.000 00 

452,000 00 
7,500 00 
10,000 00 
20,000 00 
1,600 00 
6.500 00 
7,000 00 
1,800 00 
7,500 00 

1,600 00 
15,000 00 

2.000 00 
2,000 00 



•2,620,689 70 



9475,049 46 



9,084 91 

2,545 56 
425 82 

8,896 83 
1,600 00 



44,507 50 

151 43 

210 00 

1.112 46 



15;348 49 

3.087 11 

3,541 84 

70.000 00 

4,986 56 

12 86 

690 10 
999 53 

330 96 
4,272 49 

49,150 24 

990 00 

50V00 

500 29 

1.587 63 

125.000 00 

3,101 95 

53 70 

9,020 90 

110 82 

344 

800 00 

49,377 63 

156.000 00 

4.636 72 

357 50 

4,500 00 



1.600 00 
8.307 70 

53.159 65 

275,000 00 
6.870 23 
6,745 45 
14.288 08 
487 43 
6.213 42 
6,541 68 
1,800 00 
7,195 23 



78150 
15,000 00 

2,000 00 
1,97180 



81,459,506 90 



1376,992 54 



5,915 09 

1,454 44 
74 18 

21,103 17 
1,400 00 



20,492 50 

448 57 

290 00 

1,287 54 

1,000 00 

14,651 51 

4,912 89 

458 16 

90,000 00 

5,013 44 

487 14 

6.309 90 
47 

1.669 04 
227 51 

70.849 76 
500 00 



1.499 71 
4,412 37 

75,000 00 

6,898 05 

446 30 

979 10 

539 18 

1,496 56 



70,622 37 

105,000 00 

9,363 28 

442 50 



2,500 00 



66,840 35 

177,000 00 

629 77 

3,254 55 

5,711 92 

1.112 57 

286 58 

458 32 



304 77 
818 50 



28 20 



«1, 161, 182 80 



304 
Statement — Continued . 



Appropriations. 


Amount. 


Warrants 


DnBrpend- 
ed balance. 




(3.620.689 70 

1,000 00 
1.500 00 

45,000 00 

6,000 00 

a.ooo no 

160.000 00 

6,000 OO 

38.000 00 

10.000 00 
114,000 00 
12,000 00 

2,000 00 
300 00 
98 73 

54.987 12 

4.000 00 

42.000 00 

a. ooo oo 

3,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
500 00 
1,920 00 
1.000 00 

8,000 00 
2.000 00 
1.400 00 

100 00 

21,000 00 
3,800 OO 
2,000 00 
6.000 00 
6,000 00 
1,250 00 

15.000 00 
2,000 00 
2.800 00 
3,000 00 

8,000 00 
6.4O0 00 
2.000 00 
1.600 00 

6,200 00 

3.000 00 

1.400 00 

500 00 

328 75 

5.000 00 
2,800 01 
4,000 OO 
MOO 00 

6.000 00 

1.600 00 

6,000 00 


11,459,506 90 

1,000 00 
1,500 00 




mtimied: 








I 1 


45,000 00 








1,000 00 

110,450 21 

551 05 

15,719 38 

8,318 39 

113,874 62 

7,855 78 

1,250 00 
79 84 
98 73 

34,366 95 

4. WO 00 

26,350 00 
1,350 00 

1. 875 00 
625 00 
625 00 
312 50 

1.300 00 
625 00 

5.000 00 
1,002 Of 

100 00 

12.180 74 

1.665 84 
1.250 00 
3,750 00 
1,353 39 
1,058 38 

9.375 00 
1,350 00 
1,750 00 
1,208 80 

6.000 00 
4.000 00 
999 50 
1,000 00 

3.876 00 

1,810 92 
875 00 
213 10 
328 75 

2,500 00 

1,400 00 

1,759 59 

700 00 

3,750 00 
78178 

S. 738 50 






49 543 79 






State ii. k : •■ Of 


9 280 87 


J Assembly .1*1 : 


168161 








4,744 33 














Normal University- rtouthorn: 


































Offices: 












Li out enant- Governor : 




Secretary of State t 


8 819 26 






















Auditor ot 1'iTl 1 V- .nr,U 


6,625 00 












Slate Tragurer: 


3000 00 




2,400 00 








Superintendent of Public Instruction: 


2,325 00 








Refurnlsninii •."?..— ., , ui li.i-™t of library 


287 90 


Attorney (leneraJ: 


2,500 00 






2.240 41 




Adjutant General: 


3,350 00 




Ordnance MrtfMnL mutodlan of flags, typo- 


3,261 50 






SS. 244, 574 30 


•1, 806,350 35 


(1, 378,323 95 



305 
Statement — Continued. 



B 



Appropriations. 



Amount 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Unexpend- 
ed balance. 



Amount brought forward. 

Pay of officers and members of 37th General As- 
sembly and salaries of State officers (esti- 
mated) 

Pay of officers, employes and members of 36th 

General Assembly Special Session 

Penitentiary— Jollet : 

Current expenses 

Books for library 

Putting in four new water supply tanks, pipes 
and connections 

Painting, repairing floors, walls, roofs, etc 

P enltentiary— Southern : 

Ordinary expenses 

Two steam boilers 

Repairs and refurnishing 

Contingent, expenses 

Books for library 

Furnishing new oell-houRe 

Printing, paper aud stationery 

Publicbinding 

Public Printing: 

Public printing (emergency) 

Public printing 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners: 

Office expenses, including salary of secretary.. 

Expenses of suits and investigations 

Printing and publishing schedules of rates 

Printing, publishing and distributing railroad 

maps 

Repairs and Improvements upon State House and 
Grounds: 

Eight iron columns to support library floor 

One hundred and fifty yards carpet for library. 

Gutters inside coping on three sides of State 
House grounds 

Terrace on south side of grounds 

Stone walk from east front to Second street.... 

Stone walk from west front to Spring street 

Two hundred trees 

Hydrants and 1,500 feet pipe 

Hauling dirt manure, etc., and grading grounds. 

Painting and repairing outside wood work of 

State House 

School Fund— for distribution, including payments 
to County Superintendents of Schools for 

services and expenses— (sum necessary) 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home: 

Ordinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Pupils' library 

Purchase of land 

Erection and furnishing a chapel, dining-room 

and connecting corridors, etc 

8oldiers' and Sailors' Home: 

Ordinary expenses 

Additional cottage complete and furnished 

Repairs and improvements 

Library for inmates 

Barns stables, shops and out-buildings 

Road -walks and improvement of grounds 

Cold storage house 

State Board of Agriculture: 

Payment of premiums at State Fair and Fat 
Stock Show 

County and other agricultural societies (9100 
each per annum) 

Salary of secretary 

Chief clerk 

C ler k hire 

Curator 

Porter 

Agricultural museum 

Collecting and compiling orop and meteorolog - 
cal statistics, etc 

Amount carried forward... . .' 

—20 A. 



93,244,574 80 

882,000 00 

26,175 70 

100.000 00 
600 00 

4,000 00 
15,000 00 

190,000 00 

2.400 00 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 

26.000 00 

20,000 00 

10,000 00 
90,000 00 

8.000 00 

10.000 00 

3,000 00 

2,400 00 



1,200 00 
150 00 

1,342 20 
100 00 

6,600 00 
887 60 
400 00 
600 00 
375 00 

4,000 00 



2,000,000 00 

95,000 00 
4.000 00 
1.000 00 
4,000 00 

66,618 00 

260,000 00 
12,000 00 
10,000 00 
1.000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 
2.000 00 



10,000 00 

18,900 00 
5,000 00 
3,200 00 
2,000 00 
1.600 00 
1,600 00 
600 00 

2,400 00 



91,866,350 35 



366,898 
26,175 



95 
70 



299 50 



4,000 
15.000 

60.000 
2.400 
6,000 

10,000 

109 

3,000 

9,751 

15,433 

10,000 
22,917 

3,403 

3,284 

124 



00 
00 

00 
00 
00 
00 
09 
00 
80 
93 

00 
62 

62 
75 
50 



1,017 50 



150 00 

1,827 13 

90 00 

6,600 00 



143 04 
516 15 
875 00 

1,106 78 



1.899,846 41 

57.500 00 

3,992 69 

495 14 

4,000 00 

66,618 00 

162,500 00 
12,000 00 
5.000 00 
500 00 
5,000 00 
2.000 00 
2.000 00 



10,000 00 

18,900 00 
5.000 00 
3.200 00 
2,000 00 
1,600 00 
1,600 00 
600 00 

2,400 00! 



91,378.223 95 



515.601 05 



100,000 00 
800 50 



70,000 00 



590 91 



16,248 20 
4,566 07 



7,082 38 

4,596 38 
6.715 25 
2,875 50 

1.882 50 



1.200 00 



15 07 

10 00 



387 60 

256 96 

83 85 



2.89122 



100.153 59 

87.500 00 

731 

504 86 



97.500 00 



5,000 00 
500 00 



97.056,922 80 94,702.729 65 92,354,193 15 



B 



306 



Statement— Continued. 



Appropriations. 



Amount. 



Warrants 
drawn. . 



Unexpend- 
ed balance. 



Amount brought forward 

State Board of Agriculture— Continue 

Agricultural library 

Office expenses 

Congressional district Farmers' Institutes ($100 

each per annum) 

State Board of Equalization: 

Expenses 

State Board of Health: 

Salary of secretary 

Office expenses and sanitary inspection 

Messenger and janitor 

Salary of assistant secretary and additional clerk 
hire 

Contingent fund for preventing and suppressing 

epidemics, etc ' 

State Historical Library and National History 
Museum: 

Salary of curator 

Salary of assistant curator 

Salarv of jaintor 

Contingent, traveling and necessary expenses 

of curator. 

State Horticultural Society 

State Library: 

Purchase of books and incidental expenses 

Salary of assistant librarian 

State Laboratory of Natural History and State En- 
tomologist: 

Field work and office and incidental expenses.. 

Improvement of library 

Salaries and assistance 

Publication of bulletins 

Illustration of biennial report of State Ento- 
mologist 

Building an entomological laboratory and breed- 
ing room 

State Reform School: 

O r dinary expenses 

Repairs and improvements 

Boys' library 

Supreme Court— Northern Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

Law books, carpets, refurnishing rooms, etc 

N ew roof 

Supreme Court— Central Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

Supreme Court— Southern Grand Division: 

Incidental expenses 

Librarian 

Janitor 

Repairs, damages Supreme Court House caused 

by cy-'lone 

Supreme Court reports— purchase of (sum neces- 
sary) 

University of Illinois: 

Payment of taxes 

Repairs and improvement 

Purchase of scientific apparatus 

Current expenses of education in mechanical 
shops 

Books and publications and binding for library . 

Specimens in geology, mineralogy and natural 
history 

Current expenses of instruction in the several 
departments 

Sew boiler for machine shops 

Construction of drill house, furnishing upper 
room of the mechanical building 

Amount carried forward, 



$7,056,922 80 

800 00 
2.400 00 

3.000 00 

20.000 00 

6,000 00 
2.560 00 
1,440 00 

8,000 00 

10,000 00 



4,000 00 
2.000 00 
1.800 00 

600 00 
8.000 00 

3.000 00 
2,000 00 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 
6,000 00 
1,000 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

92,000 00 

4,000 00 

609 00 

3,500 00 
1.000 00 

800 00 
1,500 00 

870 00 

3.500 00 

2,000 00 

800 00 

3,500 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

2,250 00 

4,960 50 

3,400 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 

3,006 00 
2,000 00 

1,000 00 

40.000 00 
1,250 00 

10,000 00 



97,335,153 30 



$4,702,729 65 

800 00 
2,400 00 

3,000 00 

9,572 60 

3.000 00 

1.2G6 09 

720 00 

3,550 00 



2.319 00 
1,250 00 
1,125 00 

389 76 
4.000 00 

1.685 62 
1,250 00 



2,000 

1,000 

6.000 

500 

250 

1,000 

57,500 

3.151 

300 

1,379 
500 
400 
432 

870 

1.237 

1.250 

500 

1,278 
500 
400 

643 

4.360 

3.088 
5.000 
3,000 

3,000 
2.000 



00 
00 
00 
00 

00 

00 

00 

64 
00 

01 
00 
00 
12 
00 

70 
00 
00 

89 
00 
00 

85 

50 

67 
00 
00 

00 
00 



500 00 



40.000 
1,250 



00 
00 



10.000 00 
$4,892,350 10 



$2.354,193 15. 



10,427 40 

3.000 00 

1.293 91 

720 00 

4.450 00 

10.000 00 



1.681 00 
750 00 
675 00 

210 24 
4,000 00 

1,314 38 
750 00 



500 00 
250 00 



34,500 00 

848 36 
300 00 

2,120 90 
500 00 
400 00 

1,067 88 



2,262 80 
750 00 
300 00 

2.221 11 
500 00 
400 00 

1.606 15 



31133 



500 00 



$2,442,803 20 



307 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



Appropriations. 



Amount 



Warrants 
drawn. 



Unexpend- 
ed balance. 



Amount brought forward 

Special Appropriations: 

To procure and erect a suitable mark upon the 
spot where Illinois troops opened the battle of 
Gfe tty s b urg 

To reimburse T. A. Hoffman for State taxes paid 
by him on property not subject to taxation .. 

To erect monument in honor of John A. Logan, 
deceased 

To pay Mary Isabella Meyers and Har let A. C. 
Talbot, heirs at law of Walter Cowan, deceased, 
damages sustained by reason of construction 
of dam oyer the Illinois river 

For portrait of Gov. Richard J. Oglesby 

To pay Jno. B. Bice for damages by reason of 
quarantine of cows by Live Stock Commis- 
sioners 

To pay State bonde Nos. 2.547, 2,548, 2,549 and 
2, 550. and interest thereon from July 1,1877, to 
January l,ls78 

Belief of Mary J.Teefey, widow of Jno. J. Teefey, 
who was a member of the 96th General Assem- 
bly, and died while in discharge of his duties as 
such member 

Totals 



97,885.153 80 

6,000 00 

166 00 

49,000 00 



640 00 
500 00 



1,170 00 
8,708 00 

400 00 



97,396,787 80 



94,892,350 10 



166 00 
49,000 00 

640 00 



1,170 00 
3,708 00 

400 00 



$4,947,434 10 



92,442,803 20 



6.000 00 



500 00 



92,449,803 20 



B 



308 



No. 44. 

Statement of the condition of State Banks as shown by reports 
made to this office February 15 and August 12, 1889, and 
January 27 and July 14, 1890. 

ALEXANDER COUNTY SAVINGS BANK, Cairo. 

Organized July 8,1889. 

F. Bboss, President; C. O. Patteb, Vice-President; H. Wblls. Cashier. 

Directors— V. Bross. 0. O. Patier, 0. M. Osterloh, Wm. Kluge. P. Neff, E. A. Buder, A. 

Lewis, C. F. Nellis. H. Wells. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discount** 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Currant expenses 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. .. 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certi'lcates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payab e 



Totals. 



$129,906 21 

548 81 

254 00 

1,250 00 

25,974 60 

38,000 00 



187 21 



$196,122 83 



860,000 00 



797 25 
i32;550'73 



12,774 85 



$196,122 83 



$160,392 35 
636 37 



1,250 00 
10,000 00 
27,510 42 



215 25 



$200,004 39 



$50,000 00 
600 00 
785 84 



140,668 55 
"S, 060*66 



$200,004 39 



$161,810 51 
1,417 25 



1,260 00 
10.000 00 
24,728 63 



32 40 



$198,738 79 



$50,000 00 

1,000 00 

986 75 



140,702 04 



6,650 00 



$198,738 79 



ALTON SAVINGS BANK, Alton. 

Organized October 14, 1882. 

J. E. Haynbb, President; G. A. Jobstino, Cashier. 

Directors— J. E. Hayner, A. K. Root, C. P. Wise. E. P. Wade, J. M. Tonsor, C. W. Mil- 

nor, F. W. Joesting. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb, 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan, 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 



$381,124 94 

1,520 41 

3,101 21 

14,000 00 



$162.305 38 

2,77162 

3,033 74 

13,500 00 



$418,275 14 

175 22 

3,000 00 

16,300 00 



$448,727 94 

2,068 Of 

100 00 

25,900 00 



309 



B 



Statemen t— Continued . 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15. 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Repoit of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1E90. 



Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Cheeks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. .. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



968.781 08 
174.015 68 



8.225 90 



9640.769 20 



8100.000 00 

26.000 00 

4.881 12 



159.789 13 

43.599 41 

303,596 54 



2.963 00 



9640.769 20 



157.496 59 
180.759 07 



3.607 14 



1,306 70 



3674,782 24 



3100.000 00 

27,000 00 

6,325 17 



183.919 22 

47.446 51 

305,465 00 



4,626 84 



3674,782 24 



152.194 57 
192.000 53 



2.484 39 



1.436 93 
517 49 



3686,384 27 



9100,000 00 

27,000 00 

8.206 88 



196,418 80 

34.838 26 

312,515 49 



5.404 84 



9686,384 27 



967.005 62 
152,389 76 



2.027 16 



1.368 14 
1,000 00 



9690,586 68 



9100,000 00 

28,000 00 

5.795 06 



179.052 37 

46.490 32 

325,182 55 



6.066 06 



9690.586 68 



BANK OF ILLINOIS, Chicago. 



Organized May 13.1882. 

« 

Geoboe Sghmezdeb, President; Wm. H. Bbadlby, Vice-President; Wm. A. Hammond, 

Cashier; Cabl Moll. Assistant Cashier. 

Directors- W. L. Peck. W. R. Page, Carl Moll, W. A. Hammond, H. W. Booth, George 

Schneider, W. H. Bradley. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured . 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



927,500 00 



73,144 52 



Totals 



9100,644 52 



969,500 00 



31,838 33 



9101.338 83 



960,600 00 



40,912 16 



9101,412 15 



B 



310 



Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice... 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$100,000 00 
64468 



$100,644 52 



$100,000 00 



1,838 38 



$101,338 33 



$100,000 00 



1,412 15 



$101,412 15 



BANK OF SCHUYLER COUNTY, Rushville. 

Organized January 3, 1890. 

Thomas Wilson, President; Gbobgb B. Hunteb, Vice-President; J. Mabch Pattebson. 

Cashier. 

Directors— Thomas Wilson, George B. Hunter, Edwin Dyson, James A. Teel, John 

Beatty, J. M. Darnell, J. March Patterson. 



RESOURCES. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14. 1890., 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Bankic g house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice.., 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposr 

Time certificates of depossf 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills ro-disoounted 

Bills payable , 



Totals 



91.609 00 



7,90177 

28.732 81 

3,745 20 



121 87 
68 48 
80 00 



942,249 13 



125.000 00 
5358 



14,174 70 
3.020 85 



$42,249 IS 



948,848 47 
779 92 



3.270 90 

23,113 48 

6.913 62 



1,762 SI 
818 87 



985,495 72 



925.000 00 
"'2,'i04'98 



53,387 95 
5,002 79 



985,495 72 



311 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



*BANK OF TENNESSEE, Tennessee. 

Organized August 13, 1890. 

William Cook* President; J. W. Aiken, Vice-President; J. D. Milstead, Cashier. 
Directors— William Cook, John Thompson, S. H. Petefish. F. P. Hicks, D. Hicks, S. M. 

White, J. W. Aiken. 



CALUMET STATE BANK, Blue Island 

Organized June 10, 1890. 

W. Aug. Bay. President; W. G. Pbess, Vice-President; W. H. Wsbneb, Cashier. 
Director*— Henry Biroth, J. A. Edwards, Monroe Frank, W G. Press, Edward Eiohhoff, 

Charles S. Harmon, W. Aug. Bay. 



BESOUBCE8. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other hanks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures. 

Current expenses. 

8 hecks and other cash items. 
olleotions 



TotaL. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice . , . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding. 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total. 



821,656 78 
128^96 



8.818 19 
12,997 46 



949 00 
598 07 



$45,148 39 



$95,000 00 
48292 



19,625 47 
90 00 



$45,148 39 



Recently organized. 



B 



312 



Statement— Continued. 
*CASS COUNTY BANK, Beardstown. 

Organized in 1861. 

A. HI Szelschott, President; T. L. Mathews, Secretary. 
Directors— Anton Rink, H. M. Schmoldt, A. H. Slelsohott, G. Bice, F. M. Davis. 



RE80UBCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15. 1889. 



Loans and discounts, including stockholders notes. 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

Bonds and stocks 

Gash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures. 

Current expenses 

Profit and loss.. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Total. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock, paid in cash and stock notes. 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

B Ills payable 



Total. 



8100,817 20 



8.276 42 
11.900 79 
1.881 18 
3.500 00* 
3.181 01 
1.545 05 
1,412 38 
24.106 77 



25 81 



9156,093 61 



8100,000 00 
548 i7 



26.492 90 

3.185 60 

24.253 60 



1,613 25 



9156.093 61 



CHEMICAL TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized May 5. 1890. 

Malcolm McNeil. President; E. C. Veasby, Vice-President; A. J. Hows, Assistant Cashier. 

Director*— M. McNeil, Robert Vierling. George B. Mersh, Wm. F. Burrows. Otis Jones, 

G. A. Bodenschatz. B. G. Stevens. Walter Tod. Jacob Hirsh. J. G. Bodensohatz. 

E. C. Veasey. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand. 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Total.. 



9553.61132 
142 56 



24,277 78 
65,150 21 



3,984 04 

4,712 75- 

18.345 44 

3,771 21 



9673,945 31 



* This bank ceased to do business in February, 1889. 



313 

Statement— Continued . 



Capital stock paid In 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits.... 
Dividends unpaid 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Sav ngs deposits subject to notice.... 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total. 



$850,000 00 



7,-438 99 



6.988 47 

284,806 85 

6,200 00 



18,963 00 
168 00 



9673,945 81 



CHICAGO TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized April —.1885. 
Daxikl H. Toucan, President; Floyd E. Jbnnison, Cashier. 

Directors— W. B. Mumford, Edward King, F. S. Bortree, D. H. Tolman. 8. A. Tolman, 8. G. 

Lynch, J. M. Russell 



RE80UBCE8. 



Beport of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals.. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Hurplusfund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding. 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$508,589 46 

2.224 44 

2,150 00 

61,777 91 

49,341 14 



8,856 88 
4,500 00 
7,528 46 



25 65 



8644,498 94 



1826,000 00 



3,228 57 
629 00 



214,024 58 
2,683 33 



8,496 87 



89,440 59 



8644,496 94 



8600,143 47 

4.422 75 

2,150 00 

44,209 83 

21,243 59 



2,72121 
4,600 00 
3,170 85 



88 45 



8682,649 65 



,000 00 



19.944 75 



68.364 76 

169,920 55 

4.220 00 

4,233 33 

35,357 26 



64,609 00 



8682.649 65 



8558.910 18 

8,02131 

2,150 00 

82,878 09 

88.683 80 



10,246 00 
4,500 00 
1,863 25 



51 15 



8697,288 78 



1850,000 00 



78,468 50 

187,195 59 

7,360 50 



12,933 23 



51,357 22 



8697.288 78 



1675,762 22 

5,327 08 

2,150 00 

51,948 56 

18,188 93 



19,914 46 
4,500 00 
9.838 46 



8787,579 71 



8850,000 00 
15.000 00 
44,168 81 



92,012 74 
74,056 0T 
10,591 69 



12.226 67 



71,916 60 

107.607 28 

10,000 00 



8787.CT9 71 



B 



314 



Statement — Continued. 
CORN EXCHANGE BANK OF CHICAGO, Chicago. 

Organized May 1. 1886. 

0hablb8 L. Hutchinson, President; Ebnest A. HajchjL. Vice-President; Frank W. 

Smith, Cashier. 
Directors— Ch&rles L. Hutchinson. Byron L. Smith, Charles Counselman. Sidney A. Kent, 
John H. Dwight. Edwin G. Foreman, Ernest A. Hamill, Charles H. Wacker, A. A. 
Sprague, B. M. Frees, Charles H. Schwab. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real .estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus f u nd 

gndivded profits 
ividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Oertlfled checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



$4,061,815 40 
2.903 81 



546,024 07 
1,236,866 96 



48,886 21 
862,758 38 



96,848,054 85 



fl.000,000 00 
500,000 00 
246,599 30 



4,244.458 71 
365,812 03 
235,000 00 
116,270 15 
6.500 00 
128.914 66 



96,843,054 85 



85,263,787 38 

10,070 78 

26,000 00 

677,133 48 

1,647,470 65 



4,610 01 

463,644 43 

98,585 52 



88.191,252 20 



fl, 000, 000 00 

500,000 00 

54.678 57 



6.418,760 81 
69,774 72 



103.186 46 
54,861 61 



88,191,252 20 



84,322,339 80 

501 52 

5,000 00 

700,219 95 

1.053,546 74 



299.82190 



86.381.429 41 



81,000,000 00 

650,000 00 

25,557 27 



3.036.175 36 
331,250 33 
415,000 00 



112.118 20 
851,3.8 25 



86,381,429 41 



85,720,268 72 

2,115 60 

10,000 00 

1,164,596 95 

736,502 40 



87.633,478 66 



81.000.000 00 

600.000 00 

34,716 52 

125 00 



5,202,927 08 
117,180 88 



21,037 66 
657.491 67 



87,638.478 66 



DIME SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized July 15. 1870. 

Samuel G. Bailey, President; W. C. D. Gbannis, Vice-President; Wit Kklsey Bbed, 

Treasurer. 

Directors— Samuel G. Bailey. W. C. D. Grannis. Eugene Carey. C. B. Farwell. A. R Barnes, 

Wm. M. Van Nortwick. L. R. Giddlngs. J. W. Converse. Wm. Kelsey Reed. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15.1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

■Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures, and safety de- 
posit vaults 

-Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items , 

•Collections , 



8139,228 14 
2,923 10 
1.567 75 

90,009 31 
4,147 74 

44,240 68 



3,478 98 

35,000 00 

3,529 12 

335 15 



Totals. 



8824,459 97 



8148,423 39 
1,497 71 
1,676 50 

92.722 92 
4.569 89 

41,914 20 



7,016 68 
18,500 00 

'"Wso 



8317,091 09 



8210,670 95 

1,678 27 

1,625 90 

85,975 33 

6,372 66 

36,780 02 



7,016 68 

18,475 00 

36216 

3,229 71 



8372.186 68 



8295,816 24 
1.045 85 
1,594 30 

89.498 04 
4.179 26 

25,971 87 



7,616 20 
18.486 85 
"4,'286*43 



8448.494 04 



815 



B 



Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Keport of 
Feb. 15.1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Capita] stock paid In 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice.. . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of depo -at 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re- discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals.. 



$41,000 00 

2,000 00 

10,764 79 



270,695 18 



9824,459 97 



$88.200 00 
2,000 00 
2,287 80 



274,653 29 



1817,091 09 



960,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,909 63 



318,277 05 



6872,186 68 



969,475 00 
8.000 00 
8,835 04 



362.184 00 



9448.494 04 



ENTERPRISE SAVINGS BANK, Cairo. 

Organized June 21, 1870. 

H. H. Candke, President; E. W. Haixiday, Yioe- President; Thomas W. Halliday, 

Treasurer. 

Directors— K. H. Candee, E. W. Halliday, G. D. Williamson. R. H. Cunningham, W. P. 

Halliday, 8. Btaats Taylor, Thos. W. Halliday. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Ranking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Div dends unpaid 

8avings deposits subject to notice .. . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand oertf oates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re- discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



9820.166 74 



125,024 06 
30,934 72 



7.000 00 
21,339 88 



9504,454 90 



960,000 00 
25,548 99 



346.485 59 



82,470 32 



9806,691 91 



120,813 14 
73,998 28 



7,000 00 
20,804 86 



9531,303 19 



950,000 00 
29,974 26 



372,588 44 



78.740 49 



9504,454 90 9531,303 19 



9832,158 28 



8,996 00 
146.804 75 



41.488 52 

7.000 00 

20.776 60 



9557.224 15 



950,000 00 
35.790 63 



396,349 81 



. 73.083 71 



9557.224 15 



9368.624 69 



8,976 00 
139,065 48 



35.760 20 

7,000 00 

21,126 60 



9580,44192 



960.000 00 
40,401 79 



421,756 18 
"68.'283'95 



9580.441 92 



B 



316 



Statement—Continued. 
FIRST STATE BANK OF BEARDSTOWN, ILL., Beardstown. 

Organized February 26, 1889. 

A. H. Sielsohott, President; Henbt Gabm, Vice-President; T. L. Mathews, Cashier. 

Directors— A. H. Sielsohott, Henry Garm, Henry Ehrhardt, Philip Kuhl, Win. Huppers, 

Jno. w. Newborne, Anton Kink. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice . . 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's cheoks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



980.996 06 
3,162 97 
643 84 
7,600 00 
7,624 50 
9.746 46 
3,090 65 



500 00 

852 38 

1,451 27 

26 00 



$115,694 13 



$25,000 00 
■'2,6d6'75 



65,702 84 

205 00 

22,779 54 



$115,694 13 



$74,980 60 
3,534 45 



7,713 00 

7.170 73 

10.902 40 

3.111 11 



803 50 

730 10 

592 83 

400 



$109,542 72 



$25,000 00 



1,254 98 
76 00 



50,834 52 

1,299 00 

16,855 34 



223 88 

u.'ooo'oo 



$109,542 72 



$83,380 34 
3,270 69 



7,600 00 
9,242 46 
1,358 16 
3,615 75 



862 60 

943 62 

1,592 33 

173 10 



$112,038 85 



$25,000 00 



2,560 11 
900 00 



48,523 89 

851 06 

80,717 62 



86 17 

iiooo'oo 



$112,068 85 



FIRST STATE BANK OF MOUND CITY, ILL., Mound City. 

Organized September 18, 1889. 

John McDowell, President; L. M. Bbadlbt, Vice-President; J. A. Waugh, Cashier. 

JHrector s— John McDowell. L. M. Bradley, C. F. Meyer. Samuel Back, A. W. Williamson, 

T. W. HalUday, N. O. Nelson, D. W. Prindle, Dan.el Hogan. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secur- d and unsecured. 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house , 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, inoluding taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



$14.582 95 

199 81 

1,854 28 

2,753 28 

15,411 84 



1,326 59 
1,022 13 



2,654 94 



$39,805 82 



$34,119 23 
14 29 



9.077 54 
9,301 71 



1,336 49 
1,934 61 



573 98 



$56,357 85 



317 



B 



Statement— Continued , 



LIABILITIES. 



Keport of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



925,000 00 



778 48 



14,027 39 



$39,805 82 



925,000 00 



2.202 78 



29,155 12 



956,857 85 



FRANKLIN GROVE BANK, Franklin Grove. 

Organized June 6, 1889. 

J. D. Lahman, President; C. Dubkeb, Vice-President; W. C. Dubkbs. Cashier. 

Directors— J. D. Lahman, 0. Durkes, 6. W. Riegle. William Crawford, P. L. Brecunier. 



RE80URCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Curient expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified cheeks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-disoounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



925,974 42 

212 08 



8,071 24 

14.997 45 

1.234 47 



148 27 



945.667 93 



925,000 00 



423 88 



14,752 00 
8.492 60 
2.000 001 



945,667 98 



827,323 00 
348 45 



8,679 75 
9.816 06 
3,302 35; 



928 %i 
813 16 
462 90 



946,674 63 



925,000 00 
"i.*822B7 



11,597 53 
6,254 53 
2,000 00 



946,674 63 



932,830 23 
43 85 



4,075 85 

20,984 71 

2.979 85 

439 46 

952 99 

24 04 



861,780 98 



925,000 00 

1.500 00 

506 65 



24,813 36 
10,460 97 



961,780 98 



B 



318 



Statement — Continued. 
HOME SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized November 7, 1872. 
A. M. Billings. President; C. K. G. Billings, "Vice-President; H. H. Blake, Cashier* 

Directors— A. M. Billings. David Bradley, John S. Zimmerman, C. K. G. Billings, 

H. H. Blake. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb, 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

•United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and s ocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures. 



Current expenses, including taxos 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 

Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discount eit 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$140,159 01 



10,548 50 
41,301 88 



7,109 78 



$199,178 67 



15,000 00 



14,428 37 



$199,178 07 



$145.582 88 



10.548 50 
41,629 75 



15,952 46 



10 00 



$213,728 09 



$5.000 00 
'i5,'795*73 



192,878 38 
48 98 



$213, ?23 09 



$157,551 28 



10,548 50 
41,629 75 



30.882 86 



532 15 



$241,144 04 



$5,000 00 



19.07128 
'2i7,'07276 



$241.144 04 



$163.856 32 



10.548 50 
40,500 00 



56,702 68 



460 50 



$271,969 50 



$5,000 00 
'22,909'si 



242,807 20 
1.252 99 



€271.969 50 



ILLINOIS TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized May 10. 1873. 

John J. Mitchell, President; John B. Dba>ks, Vice-President: Wm. H. Mitchell. 
Second Vice-President; James S. Gibbs, Cashier; B. M. Chattell, 

Assistant Cashier. 

Directors^ L. Z. Leiter, William G. Hfbbard. John B. Drake, John J. Mitchell, William 

H. Mitchell, J. C. MoMullen, w. H. Bold, John McCaffery. 



BESOUBCE8. 



Report of 
Aug. 12. 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks — 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



$9,301,115 91 
612,428 64 
527.150 00 
298.657 47 
112.103 65 
330,586 43 



26,29134 



31.324 82 

255,263 83 

47,014 72 



$11,541,936 81 



$9,161,827 61 
855,379 19 
527.150 00 
267,983 47 
606.357 88 
647,937 60 



26,29134 



3,024 07 
138,026 39 



$12,233,977 55 



$9,211,750 12 
1,495.288 85 

527,250 00 
1.428,171 00 
1,043,010 57 

687,802 91 



26,29134 



797 60 
194,295 15 



$14,614,657 68 



319 



B 



Statemen t— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Keport of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1880. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits , 

Dividends unpaid , 

Savings deposits subject to notice... 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted , 

Bills payable , 



Totals. 



$1,000,000 00 

688,916 20 

19,362 16 



4,647,835 38 

3,514,163 50 

331,477 82 

1,189,527 96 

80,104 04 

129,321 94 

88,227 86 



$11,541,936 81 



$1,000,000 00 

688,916 20 

24,138 51 



5.303,154 52 
3,627,314 28 

257,561 34 
1,026,714 36 

102.253 85 
85,946 69 

117,977 80 



$12,233,977 55 



$1,000,000 00 

788,916 20 

53,195 44 

400 00 

6.246,509 33 

4.879,962 07 

219,463 50 

1.114,841 29 

119,213 29 

54. 180 M0 

137,946 11 



$14,614,657 63 



INTERNATIONAL BANK, Chicago. 

Organized June — , 1872. 

Bbbthold LowEMTHAii, President; Leo Fox, Vice-President; Bebniabd Nbu, Cashier. 

Directors— &. Lowenthal Aug. Bauer, Louis Wampold, Leo Fox, John Eranz, Ed. Rose 

M. Brand, B. Morgentheim. Jacob Rosenberg. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



{ 

Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in. 

Surplus fund 

gndlvided profits 
ividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notioe 

Individual deposits subject to check.. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted. 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



$866,407 43 
3,060 68 



3,917 54 
57,729 80 
92.509 03 



270,737 23 
3,000 00 
1,764 83 



87.009 13 



$1,386,155 67 



$486.000 00 

110,000 00 

13,513 59 

615 00 



689,867 05 
60,491*82 



8,952 06 

30 00 

16,686 22 



$1,386,155 67 



$911,649 19 
7.886 28 



4,613 36 

111.296 60 

68,228 49 



246,894 03 



2,086 93 
31.596 12 



$1,384,251 00 



$486,000 00 

50.746 36 

5,562 38 



707,939 81 
80.271 85 



4,997 30 

310 00 

48.423 35 



$1,384,251 00 



$783,996 67 
5.055 24 



2,838 87 

83.395 56 

185.140 84 



246.047 31 



230 30 
27,200 58 
10,799 03 



$1,344,704 40 



$486,000 00 

75,000 00 

5..S24 26 



717,387 43 
30.046 58 



1,463 60 
11,131 61 
18,350 92 



$1,344,704 40 



$1,059,668 67 
9.441 44 



9,500 00 
185,493 92 
112.405 87 



102.728 91 



210 60 
63,090 84 
12.209 24 



$1,554,749 49 



$486.000 00 
75.000 00 
23.062 30 



876,291 81 
40.584 62 



23,011 59 

60 00 

30.739 17 



$1,554,749 49 



B 



320 



Sta temen t — Con tinued . 
NORTHWESTERN BOND AND TRUST COMPANY, Chicago. 

Organized June — . 1887. 

Oben B. Taft. President: H. A. Pbabsonb, Vice-President; W. 8. Moffatt, Treasurer. 

Trustees— F. E. Taft, 0. J. Pearsons. H. A. Pearsons. O. B. Taft, W. 8. Moffatt. 



BESOUBOES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 



Snited States bonds on hand. 



tondsand stocks. 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Col lections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund. 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Investment deposits not subject to 

check .... 

Individual < eposits subject to check . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time investment bonds 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Duo to other banks , 

Notes and bills re-disoounted 

Bills payable 



9153.602 29 



500 00 

2,887 54 

29,082 18 



2,000 00 
7,851 75 



3195,923 76 



$100,000 00 



10,502 64 



17,256 12 



Totals. 



68.165 00 



1195.923 76 



9243,684 58 



500 00 

1,071 35 

20,574 29 



2,000 00 



9267,830 22 



9100.000 00 



13,097 90 



19,192 32 



135,540 00 



9267.830 22 



9429,661 46 



500 00 
892 24 
303 71 



2.000 00 



9433,357 41 



9100.000 00 



6.214 59 



38,464 97 



287,840 00 



837 85 



9493,357 41 



9572,266 28 



500 00 

665 91 

10,935 75 



2,000 00 



9086,367 94 



9100.000 00 



17,902 05 
41,250 89 



427,815 00 



9586.367 94 



PEOPLE'S BANK OF ROCKFORD, Rockpord. 

Organized May 14, 1873. 

Alexander D. Forbes, President; William H. McCutchan, Cashier. 

Directors— Levi Bhoades, James 8. Ticknor, William Brown. John Barnes. O. P. Tra- 
il ern, Alex. D. Forbes, Peter Barnes, Benj. Blakeman, W. O. Wormwood. Henry W. 
Price, William H. McCutchan. 



BESOUBOES. 



Beport of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Bnnking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



tals. 



9378,454 37 

483 75 

33.408 54 

45.059 60 

76,269 34 



4.245 28 
3,995 21 
1,007 39 
2,085 88 



9545,004 36 



9376,942 56 

671 48 

23,913 54 

34,894 70 

69,260 83 



2,915 89 

3.995 21 

875 06 

18.877 45 



8627,34*74 



9380.819 07 

411 21 

23,478 54 

36.061 39 

84,457 31 



6,515 89 

3,995 21 

198 06 

11,945 36 



9547,902 06 



9426,396 57 

576 06 

90,960 00 

38,930 27 

100,404 06 



6,980 95 

3,995 21 

60 93 

7,628 68 



9608,952 75 



321 



»x 



Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 


Report of Report of Repot of Report of 
Feb. 15.0889. Aug. 12,1889. Jan. 27, 1890. July 14, 1890. 


Capital' stock paid in 


$125,000 00 


$125.000 00 


$125,000 00 


$125,000 00 


Surplus fund 




Undivided profits 


46.806 07 
40 00 


47,263 47 

276 00 

170.662 59 

144.393 08 

39,75160 


47,980 02 

880 00 

167,414 38 

154,097 82 

52,529 84 


48.305 66 


Dividends unpaid 


2.412 00 


Savings deposits subject to notice 


166.541 03 


Individual deposits subject to check .... 
Demand certificates of deposit 


326,725 24 
46.433 05 


232,085 07 
34.608 99 
















Cashier's checks outstanding 










Due to other banks 
















' 




Bills payable 




















Totals 


8545,004 36 


$527,316 74 


$547.902 06 


$606,952 75 







PEOPLE'S STATE BANK OF ASTORIA, Astoria, 

Organized February 24, 1890. 

Wm. H. Emebson. President; William Badeb. First lYice-President; H. C. Moonet. 

Second Vice-President; John W. Gbeen, Cashier. 

Direc tors— Wm. H. Emerson, William Bader, H. C. Mooney Cyrus Beeoher, James Morn- 
lngstar, W. B. Jones, Samuel P. Cummings. J. H. Leetz, Julius Dresser. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes., 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections , 



Total. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. .. 
Ind vidua! deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit » . . . 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discountod 

Bills payable 



Total. 



$64,276 06 

8,696 92 

15.562 50 

1.000 00 

11.597 86 

12.080 78 

8,776 36 



1,244 45 
783 13 
946 10 



$119,964 13 



$50,000 00 



1.574 94 



52.159 87 

2,369 32 

13.860 00 



$119,964 13 



—21 



322 

Statement— Con tin ued. 
PITTSFIELD BANK, Pittsfield. 

Organized January 26, 1889. 

Lewis Button, President; John Hull, Vice-President; Ross Matthews, Cashier. 

Directors— Lewis Dutton, John Hull, S. L. Morgan, Ross Matthews. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice.. 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks..... 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



964,163 72 
142 76 



9,507 48 
27,823 83 



1,500 00 
1,223 95 



9104,361 74 



930,000 00 



1,379 86 



72,409 23 



572 65 



9104,361 74 



980,037 15 
21 15 



19,415 89 
22,582 41 



1,500 00 
217 67 



9123,774 27 



930,000 00 
"*i.'986 27 



87.503 50 



4,284 50 



9123,774 27 



981,742 15 
536 90 



13,382 10 
16,825 23 



1,500 00 
21107 



9114,196 85 



930,000 00 



2,828 70 



70,828 11 



11.040 04 



9114,196 85 



PULLMAN LOAN AND SAVINGS BANK, Pullman. . 

Organized May 7, 1883. 

Geobgk M. Pullman, President; Edward F. Bryant, Secretary. 

Directors— Geo. M. Pullman, Marshall Field, Stephen F. Gale, John W. Doane, Geo. F. 
Brown, C. B. Oummings, John DeKoven, G. Yandersyde, James Chasey. 



BESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes . 

Checks and other cash items , 

Collections , 



Totals 



9340,109 09 

1.742 28 

31,085 43 

97.613 56 

177,410 94 



327 82 
3,000 00 
1,347 11 

205 65 



9592,841 88 



9364,745 96 

1.382 03 

25,721 54 

34,592 68 

153.007 14 



327 82 

3.000 00 

990 38 



9683 K 79? 6 7 



9488,677 70 

271 14 

3,215 00 

23,318 22 

111,993 01 



327 82 

2,500 00 

494 21 



9630,797 10 



9501,928 43 

629 56 

8.850 00 

31.753 62 

128,449 26 



327 82 

2,500 00 
195 09 



9669.633 78 



323 



Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Capital stock paid In 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$100,000 00 
30,000 00 
10,824 22 



291,896 61 

160,063 79 

3,557 26 



6.500 00 



$592,841 88 



$100,000 00 

35,000 00 

9,793 73 



283,703 09 
155,270 75 



(583.767 57 



$100,000 00 

40,000 00 

8,527 71 



818,314 53 

161,380 81 

2,124 05 



5.450 00 



$630,797 10 



$100,000 00 

45,000 00 

7,556 78 

30 00 

357.644 66 

155.230 88 

4,103 00 



68 46 



$669.633 78 



ROCK ISLAND SAVINGS BANK, Rock Island. 



Organized July 7, 1890. 

E. P. Reynolds, President; F. C. Denkmann, Vice-President; J. M. Btjford, Cashier. 

Directors— V. L. Mitchell, E. P. Reynolds, F. C. Denkmann, C. F. Lynde, E. W. Hurst, John 

Cruoaugh, J. J. Reimers, L. Simon, J. M. Buford. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts , 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house , 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures , 

Current expenses, including taxes., 

Checks and other cash items , 

Collections 



Total.. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits.. ., 

Dividends unpaid 

Sav ngs deposits subject to notice.... 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total. 



$2,509 11 



3.289 08 
103.480 25 



78 81 



$109,357 25 



$100,000 00 
i06'58 



7.150 67 
2,100 00 



$109,357 25 



324 

St&temen £— Continued . 
SPRINGFIELD MARINE BANK, Springfield. 

Organized July 1, 1884. 

B. H. Febguson, President; Obbd Lewis, Vice-President; Hbnbt Bunn, Cashier. 

Directors— B. H. Ferguson. Obed Lewis, John W. Bunn, B. W. Dlller. John C. Lamb, C. A, 

Helme, B. F. Ruth. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house '. 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, Including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in. 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check.. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



$778,491 06 
125,595 92 
16.000 00 
35.766 35 
25,688 30 
35,000 00 
10,967 71 



2,942 51 
15.327 89 



$1,045,779 74 



3827,232 23 
67,842 00 
16,000 00 
49,965 55 
119,687 81 
35,000 00 
7,786 01 



3.258 22 
17,372 62 



91.144,144 44 



885,500 Ott 

214,500 00 

67.797 91 



422,021 96 

42,281 20 

211.406 00 



2,272 67 



$1,045,779 74 



$85,500 00 

214,500 00 

67,868 54 



458,557 33 

51.966 15 

258.028 46 



7,723 96 



$1,144,144 44 



$787,951 16 
67,328 01 
16,000 00 
62.800 31 
115,469 50 
as, 000 00 
16,074 09 



536 14 
17,023 33 



$1,118,182 54 



$85,500 00 

214,500 00 

77,926 83 



456,871 90 

4.904 55 

277,525 72 



953 54 



$1,118,182 54 



8885,462 61 
95,749 52 
19,000 00 
33,625 81 

203,924 18 
35, COO 00 
24.092 39 



579 42 
16.308 89 



$1,313,742 82 



$85,500 00 

214,500 00 

89.325 14 



596,249 15 

44,532 33 

283,557 69 



78 51 



$1,313,742 82 



STATE BANK OF CLINTON, Clinton. 

Organized July 2, 1890. 

T. H. Slick, President; J. M. Wilcox, Vice-President; J. H. Harbison, Cashier. 

Directors— T. H. Sb'ok. J. M. Wilcox. Smith Puller. W. H. Oglevee, J. B. Haldeman. J. D. 

Cantrell, W. P. Gambrell, T. N. Levitt, Sabln Taylo-. 



BESOUBCES. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Duo from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes., 

Checks and other cash items 

Oollections 



926,863 53 
6 42 



8,595 95 
24,720 98 



800 00 
112 54 



Total. 



$61.099 42 



325 



Statement— Continued 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice . . . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total. 



160,000 00 
329© 



10,361 79 
408 00 



$61,099 42 



STATE BANK OF HAMILTON, Hamilton. 

Organized October 11, 1889. 

H. M. Elder, President; James A. Andebson, Vice-President; B. R. Wallace, Cashier. 

Directors— H. M. Elder, James A. Anderson, C. P. Dadant, M. Blackmore, W. H. 

Glazebrook. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Jaa. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loan* and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cask on hand 

Due Trrom other banks 

Bankicg house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in , 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice... 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$30.345 39 
569 11 



6,122 88 
7,306 85 
1,812 69 



700 00 

597 26 

1,020 00 



$48,474 18 



925,000 00 
856*87 



21,633 31 
984 00 



$18,474 18 



$11,462 23 

1,752 64 



4,469 67 

25,080 99 

2,651 17 



804 70 

1,374 40 

345 00 



$77,940 80 



$25,000 00 
2,493 69 



45,882 11 
4,565 00 



$77.940 80 



326 
STATE BANK OF ORION, Orion. 

Organized May 21, 1890. 

E. A. South, President; P. Westbblund, Vice-President; William Westkblund, Cashier. 

Directors— E. A. South, Geo. W. Johnson, Andrew Donaldson, Geo. H. Johnson, Samuel 

Peterson, Gustus Bengston, David Sherrard. 



RESOUBCES. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United 8tates bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses including taxes . 

Checks and other cash items , 

Collections 



Total. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Suplusfund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid : 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . . 
Individual deposits subjeot to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total. 



828.972 08 
1,043 34 



4,898 48 
4,665 47 
4,000 00 



1,000 00 
153 76 
47190 



$45,204 98 



925,000 00 



618 90 



14.606 76 
4,896 85 



80 47 



545,204 98 



STOCK YARD BANK OF BROOKLYN, ILL., Brooklyn. 

Organized April 22, 1889. 

C. G. Knox, President; S. W. Axlebton, Jb„ Vice-President; G. H. Bbadfobd, Cashier. 

Directors- C. G. Knox, G. H. Bradford, Geo. C. Smith, S. W. Allerton, Jr., Geo. F. 

Durant, Andrew Warren, B. J. Taussig. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jin. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured . 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Dae from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



851,261 75 
4,955 50 



9,458 46 
239,193 47 



8128,744 73 
568 64 



8,265 66 
271,361 57 



2,075 60 
4.538 60' 



955 40 



9311,483 38 



8409,896 00 



£249,321 59 
124 08 



1.352 12 
196,517 55 



1,262 47 
16 50 



8448.591 31 



327 

Statemen t— Cont i nued , 



LIABILITIES. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14,1880. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice... 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$50.000 00 

"s.'wsoi 



399,940 42 
1,960 00 



52,716 31 
"i.*823'64 



$311,483 38 



850,000 00 



10.247 13 



264.387 64 
6.744 00 



78,517 23 



$109,896 00 



$50,000 00 

12,500 00 

7.007 37 



292,068 84 
1,110 00 



85,369 73 
■" '538*37 



$448,594 31 



STRONGHUBST STATE BANK, Stronghurst. 

Organized December 9, 1889. 

John Mabshall. President; W. C. Tubbs, Vice-President; Chabxbs B. Kaisbb, Cashier. 

Directors— R. Mathers, C. Vaughn, John Marshall, A. J. Davis, J. H. Strodtmann, James F. 
Peasley, Q. P. Lovitt, Joseph Dixson. S. P. Kevins, W. C. Tubbs, C. B. Kaiser. 



RESOURCES. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Beport of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts s&rarr d and unsecured. 

School bonds 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures , 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . . . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to othor banks , 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$24,884 69 



6,722 94 

11.257 99 

2.592 20 



1,858 15 
501 29 



$47,817 2K 



$25,000 00 
4<J6'32 



20,270 13 
2,146 81 



$47,817 26 



$42,384 34 

3,500 00 

4.436 17 

24,69153 

2,592 20 



1,858 15 
33 55 



32 76 



$79,530 19 



$25,000 00 

1,000 00 

70 84 



42.309 83 
10,201 96 



947 56 



$79,530 19 



328 

Statement— Continued. 
THE AMERICAN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized July 25, 1889. 

Gilbert B. Shaw, President; Ed son Keith, First Vice-President; F. H. Head, Second 

Vice-President; J. B. Chapman, Cashier. 

jWrecfors— Edson Keith, Wm. J. Watson, Adolf Kraus. S. A. Maxwell, C. T. Trego, Wm. 
Deering, V. A. Watkins, O. D. WethereU, Geo. E. Wood. S. A. Kent, F. H. Head, J. H. 
Pearson, Fred. W. Peck, G. B. Shaw. E. L. Lobdel 1 , F. W. Harvey. 



BESOUBCES. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice .. 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



$808,794 49 



8.217 58 
449,852 27 



901 43 



$1,267,765 77 



91,000,000 00 



3,660 52 



20.113 38 

233,079 24 

3,490 90 



7,322 50 
99 23 



81,267.765 77 



81.714.226 19 

2,169 25 

127,000 00 

15.500 00 

86,495 64 

292.976 24 



148.505 02 
234 93 



82.387,107 27 



$1,000,000 00 

25,000 00 

4,177 77 



199,081 64 
917, 301 43 
155,726 35 



40,898 48 

130 84 

44,790 76 



82,387,107 27 



82.392.NH 70 

1.309 06 

125,000 00 

61,500 00 

90,479 94 

340,330 59 



174.139 02 
1.068 37 



88.191,991 68 



81.000.000 00 

65,000 00 

5.353 32 



335,689 64 

1,302,902 13 

170,115 77 



66,676 12 

2.464 58 

243,790 12 



83.191.991 68 



THE BANK OF ARTHUR, Arthur. 

Organized May 20, 1890. 

James E. Morris, President; Asa B. Warren, Cashier. 

Directors— Fred. Matters, S. Dorman. John E. Leland. James E. Morris, Asa B. Warren. 



BESOUBCES. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Total. 



817,840 11 

108 84 

4,392 00 

3,186 66 

3.499 71 



1,581 67" 
390 01 



890,499 00 



329 



Statemen t— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice ... 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total 



925.000 00 
336*44 



3,135 4fr 
2,033 14 



930,499 00* 



THE BANK OF ELKHART, Elkhart. 

■ Organized June 16, 1890. 
John P. Gillett, President; Fbank W. Cottle. Cashier. 

Directors— John P. Gillett, Frank W. Cottle. John W. Shaver, Henry Stahl. J. C. Taylor. 

Thos. Brennan, Daniel Bhockey, Geo. A. Bock. F. W. Tracy. 



RESOURCES. 



Beport of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other ' eal estate 

Furniture and fixtures « 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Total 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividend** unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificate** of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashiers checks out standing 

Due to other banks 

No es and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Total 



$7,060 32- 
79 65 



2,413 34 

28,992 96 

2.&15 00 



1,601 05 
29 39- 
&4 00 



942,605 71 



925,000 00- 
2i*93 



15,501 33 
2,082 45 



$42,605 71 



330 

Statement— Continued. 

THE BELLEVILLE SAVINGS BANK, Belleville. 

Organized March 31, 1889. 

Edwabd Abend, President; Riohabd Wangslin, Cashier. 

Direc tors— Edward Abend, B. Hartmann, O. Heinrich.E. Hilgard, P. J. Kaercher, H. A. 

Kircher, L. D. Turner. H. G. Weber. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15.1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14.1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes . 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections , 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice .... 
Individual eposits subject to check. . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit , 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

JNotes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



3454,005 83 

4,671 72 

250 00 

117,512 30 

37,880 44 

96.603 17 

14.000 00 

26,940 94 

2,000 00 

564 58 

2.846 30 

4,010 70 



9701,285 98 



8150,000 06 

50,000 00 

. 57.534 93 



.192,478 27 

53,885 26 

197,392 52 



9701,285 98 



$470,977 76 

2,366 39 

250 00 

96.500 00 

35,128 85 

75,999 91 

14,000 00 

26,940 94 

2,000 00 

715 09 

2.467 57 



9727,346 51 



8150,000 00 
50,000 00 
58,402 45 



205,259 17 

42.530 62 

221,154 27 



8727,346 51 



8474,973 35 

1,081 28 

250 00 

143,459 03 

61,772 20 

105,647 16 

14.000 00 

25,980 94 

2,000 00 

274 92 

941 02 



8820,379 90 



8150,000 00 
50,000 00 
49.299 31 



227.925 41 

55,450 60 

287,704 58 



8820,379 90 



8523,877 14 

3.026 70 

250 00 

138,600 00 

54.928 48 

111,839 92 

14.000 00 

18,200 00 

2.000 00 

15 00 

320 04 



8867,057 28 



8150,000 00 
60.000 00 
46,637 61 



224.485 49 

56,693 52 

339.240 66 



8867,057 28 



*THE EAST ST. LOUIS BANK, East St. Louis. 

Organized March 6, 1865. 

Paul W. Abt, President; H. 0. Faibbrothee, Vice-President. 

Directors— Paul W. Abt. H. C. Fairbrother. John J. McLean. Jno. B. Lovingston, G. H. 
Kemper. J. W. Ronshaw, H. J. DeHaan. M. M. Stephens. A. M. Meints. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 19, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



856,187 27 

422 97 

16.476 30 

6,667 0G 

25.454 26 

12,772 98 

25,725 92 

1,500 00 

4.103 41 



8149,310 17 



859.044 68 

1.147 41 

23,220 00 

13,294 17 

38,567 83 

13.181 83 

25,725 92 

1,500 00 

675 00 



8176,356 84 



868,595 04 

3,601 54 

52,500 00 

5,770 52 

23,968 50 

13.226 58 

25,725 92 

2,700 00 

2,72176 



8198,809 86 



331 



Statement — Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Feb. 19, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. .. 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payab e 



Totals. 



$40,000 00 



6,359 00 



$40,000 00 
1.347 50 
1,675 61 



64,663 02 
'38,'288'i5 



94,296 72 

*39;6»ni 



$149,310 17 



$176,356 84 



$40,000 00 
*'2.'7i6'68 



104,601 58 

1.200 00 

50,292 60 



$198,809 86 



* This bank has ceased to do business. 



THE ELGIN CITY BANKING COMPANY, Elgin. 

Organized August 6, 1870. 

M. 0. Town, President; John Newman. Vice-President; A. C. Hawkins, Cashier. 
Directors— M. C. Town, John Newman, A. H. Lowrie, W. L. Black. A. C. Hawkins. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in , 

Surplus fund , 

Undiv ded profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . , 
Individual deposits subject to check, 

Demand certificates of deposit , 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks , 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks , 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



$804,898 75 
14 74 



9,690 00 
'50,*485'73 



11,602 00 



9 33 
2,182 25 



$378,882 80 



$30,000 00 

16,800 96 

199 75 

400 00 

331,482 09 



$378.882 80 



$904,339 15 



10.940 00 



45,068 14 



$300,912 51 



628 00 
10,940 00 



11,602 00 



183 33 
1,904 64 



$874,087 26 



$30; 000 00 



2,323 13 

400 (10 

311,314 13 



$374,037 26 



83,477 45 
ii,*602*66 



852 68 
1.964 04 



$il0,376 68 



$30,0o0 00 



18,208 51 
362,i68'i7 



$410,376 68 



8345,659 00 



628 00 
10,940 00 



84,347 20 

ii,'602'66 

"i,'i56*68 



$454,332 88 



$60,000 00 



12,802 49 
*38i[536'39 



$454,332 88 



332 

Statement — Continued. 
THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK, Galesburg. 

Organized July 7, 1870. 

J. L. BuRKHAiiTEB, President; A. C. Clay, Vice-President; L. F. Webtman, Cashier. 

Director a— J. L. Burkhaler, A. C. Clay. G. D. Crocker, J. C. Garwood, A. S. Hoover, Leroy 

Harsh, M. L. Overstreet, L. F. Wertman, Wyram "WiswelL 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits wubject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re -discounted 

Bills payable 



$268,561 13 
18.142 80 



10,912 57 
22,061 29 



2,800 00 

714 91 

2,420 52 



8825,618 22 



9272,423 74 
14,121 51 



23,323 23 
7,390 91 



2,800 00 

602 58 

5,187 48 



9825.819 45 



$100,000 00 

51,000 00 

3,778 88 

113 00 



152.151 57 
18,569 77 



Totals 8325,613 22 



8289,910 27 
3,557 64 



8,670 66 
48,558 02 



2.800 00 



5,620 42 



5359.117 01 



$100,000 00 

51,000 00 

6.169 37 

133 00 



147,935 10 
20,611 98 



8325,849 45 



8100,000 00 

60,000 00 

1,375 15 

61 00 



152,086 62 
16,843 64 



28,750 60 



8359,117 01 



8303.083 97 
846 98 



17.997 47 
36.427 54 



2.800 00 



13,784 96 



8374.940 92 



8100.000 00 

60,000 00 

4,170 00 

61 00 



187,255 46 
15,862 71 



7,591 75 



8374.940 98 



THE FARMERS' AND MINERS' BANK OF LADD, ILL., Ladd. 

Organized June 5. 1889. 

Glenn W. Teakb, President; John W. Blee, Vice-President and Acting Cashier. 

JHrec tors— John C. Osgood, Glenn W. Traer, John W. Blee, L. A. Chamberlin, L. Zeer- 

ing, Daniel Flaherty, 8. E. "Winner, August Lipke. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Snited Sates bonds on hand 
lah on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



824,898 88 
60 42 



5,788 27 
3,054 15 



639 84 
813 91 
210 40 



835,465 87 



831,802 73 
407 45 



2,748 18 
2,435 17 



300 00 

883 99 

1,244 81 

250 00 



840.072 33 



834,447 75 
49 99 



6,524 70 
12,210 87 



300 00 
883 99 v 
108 01 
477 31 



855,002 62 



333 



Stateznen £-— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

flavings deposits subject to notice... 
ndividual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Oertifl e d checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks , 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



825,000 00 
270*i7 



8,546 89 

110 00 

1,588 81 



885,405 87 



825,000 00 



8.771 48 

943 00 

1,610 00 



2,500 00 



£40,072 33 



925,000 00 
3ii'22 



13,598 67 
9,449 78 
6.689 95 



855,002 62 



THE HIBERNIAN BANKING ASSOCIATION, Chicago. 

Organized October 2, 18fe7. 

J. V. Clarke, President; Chablbs F. Clabke, Vice-President; Hamilton B. Doz, 

Cashier. 

Directors— J. V. Clarke, James R. McKay, Thomas Lonergan, Hamilton B. Dox, Charles F. 

Clarke, J. V. Clarke, Jr., Henry B. Clarke. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

O ther real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

C ollections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals... 



81 



,751,311 31 

7,529 91 

29,085 87 

179,607 15 

100,535 16 

457,188 69 



8,698 52 
3,823 29 
3,856 49 
1.758 23 
328 45 



82,543,723 07 



8111,000 00 



139,388 52 

330 00 

1,580,676 84 

680,473 28 

8.072 31 



4,209 04 

746 35 

18.826 73 



82.543,723 07 



81.532,787 03 

837 64 

29,085 87 

177,866 76 

149,649 45 

767.617 27 



8,783 47 
3,946 16 
3.104 02 
1.348 08 



82,165.995 21 

1,231 04 

29,085 87 

177,894 26 

146.459 39 

438,910 65 



7,798 79 

3,963 16 

838 05 

2,455 40 



82,674,915 75 



8111,000 00 



163,387 32 



1,638.295 03 

712,839 71 

10,008 00 



2,110 03 
25,209 68 
12.065 96 



82.674.915 75 



82,357,739 43 

6,107 04 

29,085 87 

176,224 26 

144,744 74 

385,269 78 



7,895 84 

4,035 46 

134 68 

5,367 89 



82,974,181 82 83,116,604 89 



8111,000 00 



183,481 62 

728 00 

1,804,102 53 

805,938 28 

16,675 72 



3.816 22 
30,276 79 
18.112 66 



82,974,131 82 



8111,000 00 



208,172 14 



1.916,096 36 

845.523 39 

5.390 46 



12,138 51 

4.600 00 

18.684 03 



83,116,604 89 



334 

Statement — Continued. 
THE MERCHANTS' LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, Chicago. 

Organized February 18, 1857. 

J. W. Doane, President; P. L. Yob, First Vice-President; Oscab Smith, Second Vice-Presi- 
dent; F. C. Osbobn, Cashier. 

Trustees— Marshall Field. C. H. McCormick, John DeKoven. Albert Keep, John Tyrrell, 
Lambert Tree. J. W. Doane, P. L. Yoe, Geo. M. Pullman, A. H. Burley, £. T. Watkins, 
Erskine M. Phelps. OrBon Smith. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1690. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. . 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. .. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re- discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



96,997,162 89 

3,224 76 

10.300 00 

372,300 00 

2,848,163 68 

1,071,701 01 



11,570 05 



87,410,860 92 

11,433 81 

14,600 00 

194,100 00 

2,765,379 71 

1,287,801 40 



10,813 75 



98,462.683 08 

18.089 00 

21,400 00 

225,475 00 

2,345,638 69 

1,141,004 36 



5.965 06 



©,887,930 92 

21,715 03 

20,250 00 

330,725 00 

1,386,272 85 

1,487,919 05 



1,622 80 
444.284 94 



$11,314,422 99 811,694,989 59 312.220,255 19 $13,580,720 59 



$2,000,000 00 

1.000.000 00 

286, 144 01 

600 00 



6.365,804 06 
222,492 18 



245.311 26 
323.946 88 
870,121 60 



$11,314,422.99 



$2,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

310.740 47 



5,928.129 65 
159.119 15 



47.105 35 

34,010 55 

2,215,88-1 42 



$11,694,989 59 



$2,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

351,571 10 

»72 00 



6.242.195 17 
250.939 61 



58,012 23 

24,986 34 

2,291,578 74 



$12,220,255 19 



$2,000,000 00 

1,000,000 00 

421,300 36 

2,676 00 



7,112,175 45 
672.116 14 



94,636 34 

95,220 88 

2,182,595 42 



$13,580,720 5» 



THE MOLINE SAVINGS BANK, Moline. 



Organized April 26, 1869. 

8. W. Wheelock. President; Pobtbb Skinner. Vice-President; C. F. Hemenway, 

Cashier. 

Directors— Porter Skinner. J. 8. Irshers. J. 8. Eeator, C. F. Hemenway, L. E. Hemenway, 
Hiram Darling, A. S. Wright, Casper Vitzthum, S. W. Wheelock, Geo. H. Edwards. J. H. 
Williamson. 



RESOURCES. 


Report of 
Feb. 15.1889. 


Report of 
Aug. 12.1889. 


Report of 
Jan. 27.1890. 


Report of 
July 14, 1890. 


Loans and discounts 


$274,29$ 97 
188 92 


$316,936 93 
118 15 


$342,955 46 
52 85 


$248,326 4$ 
197 02 














Due from other banks 


44,662 00 


25.257 16 


46.590 19 


156,933 97 








• 







' t 



335 



Statement— Continued. 



-\ 



RE80URSES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15. 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12. 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates ot deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



$950 54 



9820,097 43 



8820,097 43 



Totals. 



&320.097 43 



$842,312 24 



9342,812 24 



9889,598 50 



1389,598 50 



9342,312 24 



9389.598 50 



9405,457 42 



v '"98,' 777*46 



396,679 96 



9405,457 42 



THE MONTGOMERY COUNTY LOAN AND TRUST COM- 
PANY, HlLLSBORO. 

Organized August 2. 1870. 

Jambs R. Glenn, President: Jambs B. Mo David, Vice-Presidont ; Jambs B. 

Babbinoeb, Cashier. 

Direotors— John F. Glenn, Geo. W. Paisley, Elmer D. Marshall, Amos Miller. Robert Mor- 
rell, James M. Truitt, J. E. McDavid, James R. Glenn, James B. McDavid. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house, including furniture and 

flxtu: es 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Cheeks ana other cash items 

Collections 



Totals. 



969.632 83 
20,78133 



10,170 00 
13,374 49 

14,150 00 
6,347 77 



362 08 
2.200 48 



9137,018 98 



LIABILITIES. 

Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time cei tiflcates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



999,076 86 
7.613 26 



11.019 50 
42.203 91 

14,150 00 
6.347 77 



2,137 33 
2,843 16 



9185,421 79 



950,000 00 

1.000 00 

838 87 

131 00 



65,812 81 
19,062 06 



174 24 



9137,018 98 



950,000 00 

1.250 00 

2.859 95 

344 00 



984.995 15 
8,003 81 



12.144 04 
23,560 99 

14,800 00 
6,347 77 



531 09 
8,710 42 



9159,093 27 



106,739 18 
23,60139 



627 27 



9185,42179 



950,000 00 

1,650 00 

1,047 34 

308 00 



78,084 00 
2?,676 68 



327 25 



9159,096 27 



984.179 32 
4,380 81 



10,931 07 
69,746 64 

14,800 00 
6,347 77 



2,848 54 
3,901 25 



9197,135 40 



950,000 00 
1,750 00 
3.052 00 
1.854 00 



110,837 53 
30,013 56 



128 31 



9197,135 40 



336 

Statement — Continued. 

THE NORTHERN TRUST COMPANY, Chicago. 

Organized August 7, 1889. 

3tbon L. Smith, President: Ohas. L. Hutchinson, Vice-President; Joseph: T. Bowen, 

Cashier; Abthttb Heubtlbt, Assistant Cashier. 

Director*— A. C. Bartlett, J. Harley Bradley, H. N. Higinbotham. Marvin Hughitt, Chas. L. 
Hutchinson, A. O. Slaughter, Martin A. Ryerson. Albert A. Sprague, Byron L. Smith. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

* Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in. 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Premiums on other bonds 

Savings deposits subject to notice. . . 
Individual deposits subject to check 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

BilU payable 



Total* 



91,147,233 67 
848 73 
250,037 50 
246.281 25 
126,801 40 
537,343 62 



4,678 94 
5,169 63 



92,318,394 74 



$1,000,000 00 



45,438 24 



$1,915,756 47 

8,117 91 

339.27188 

675,000 00 

k 358,218 33 
732,742 99 



8,631 89 



$4,032,739 47 



$1,000,000 00 



70,863 08 
15,969 99 



969,895 93 
37,744 52. 

254,407 43 

10,742 58 

166 04 



$2,318,394 74 



1,927,635 75 

357,710 89 

620,562 84 

10,928 10 

243 24 

28,925 58 



$4,032,739 47 



THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF BELVIDERE, Belvidere. 

Organized October 21, 1889. 

Wm, D. Swail. President; Fbanx S. Whitman, Vice-President; John Gbenmuc, Cashier. 

Director*— Wm. D. Swail. F. S. Whitman. John Greenlee, C. E. Fuller, A. J. Taw, G. W. 

Murch, O. H. Wright, George Beed, B. Eldredge. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14. 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secure » and unsecured 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Othor real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes . 

Chocks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



$90,640 35 



5.131 25 
5,723 97 
9.959 94 



2,090 15 

448 25 

1.215 00 



$115,203 91 



$117,455 51 

274 16 

40,917 71 

16,122 09 

12,768 71 



2,103 65 
417 68 



$190.059 51 



337 



B 



State wen t— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1889. 



Report of 
July 14,1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund * 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice. .. 
Individual deposits subject to cheok. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Ce» titled checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bi 11 sje- discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



950,000 00 



548 43 



37,026 21 
27,629 27 



9115,203 91 



960,000 00 



8,826 25 



70,157 87 
66,075 89 



9190,059 51 



THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF BLOOMINGTON/ Bloomington. 

Organized May 10, 1869. 

P. Whitmeb, President; L. Febbe, Vice-President; F. D. Mabquis, Cashier. 

Directors— Lyman Ferre. A. E. Stevenson, H. M. Senseney, Geo. F. Dick, Henry Capen, J. 

Eeenan, P. Whitmer. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and Unsecured 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice.. . 
Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



9411,027 53 

4,135 16 

5,375 00 

47,639 61 

102,812 02 

30,000 00 

15.000 00 

1,872 89 

96108 

2,897 16 



9621,719 95 



9100,000 00 

60,000 00 

6.131 95 

167 60 



881,746 13 
116.956 09 



6,718 28 



9621,719 96 



9386,040 68 

2,370 09 

21,825 00 

35,122 25 

151,565 87 

30,000 00 

12,800 00 

2.007 81 

1.732 55 

323 06 



9643,847 31 



9100,000 00 

65,000 00 

8,454 60 

120 00 



350,07111 
110,271 40 



9,930 20 



9643.847 31 



9331,835 19 

7,552 63 

15,300 00 

42.066 47 

103,375 84 

30,000 00 

12,800 00 

2.510 70 

369 55 

975 82 



9546.786 20 



9100,000 00 

70,000 00 

7,771 66 

150 00 



W4.204 92 
111,313 00 



13,346 62 



9546,786 20 



—22 A. 



9442.972 57 

5,133 74 

14,800 00 

41,741 92 

92,495 31 

30,000 00 

12.800 00 

2,560 07 

2.427 05 

156 42 



9645,067 68 



9100,000 00 

75,000 00 

6,650 82 

690 00 



285,046 51 
157,149 28 



20,55107 



9645,087 68 



B 



338 



Statemen t— Continued . 
THE PRAIKIE STATE LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, Chicago. 

Organized February 28, 1861. 

0. B. Sooville. President; Gbo. Van Zandt. Yioe- President; Geo. Woodland, Cashier. 
Trustees— C. B. Sooville, Geo. Van Zandt, Geo. Woodland, D. W. Buchanan, G. 8. F. Savage. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27.1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

United States bond** on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house and safety deposit vault 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due toother banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



9908,190 48 



1,000 00 

242.514 85 

96,775 63 

7,148 56 

100,000 00 



1,000 00 

5,896 26 

34 92 



$1,359,600 20 



$100.000 00 

5.000 00 

44,618 22 

57 50 

1.125.926 80 



9,813 60 

50,000 00 

828 83 

5,379 48 
18,375 77 



$1,369,500 20 



$893,970 59 



63 75 

246,320 93 

133,203 52 

24.172 62 

100.000 00 



1.000 00 

4.976 91 

93 49 



$1,403,801 81 



$100.000 00 

5,000 00 

43.389 43 

25 00 

1,174,041 93 

2,526 72 

2,387 46 

66,403 00 

328 83 

9.699 44 



$1,403,801 81 



$960,907 61 



353,636 86 

153,736 50 

24,289 17 

100,000 00 



4.000 00 
2,807 13 



1,113 69 



$1,600,490 96 



$100,000 00 

5.000 00 

36,472 25 

90 00 

1.389,221 69 

888 86 



66,171 05 

828 83 

2.318 28 



$1,600,490 96 



$1,048,025 75 



452,506 86 

49.048 23 

106.632 35 

100,000 00 



4,000 00 

352 40 

58 37 



$1,762,623 96 



$100,000 00 

5,000 00 

37,392 66 

82 50 

1.510,591 14 

32,887 24 

109 18 

60,072 16 

328 83 

16,160 36 



$1,762,623 96 



THE SANGAMON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY, Springfield. 

Organized September 1, 1886. 



H. Hat, President; O. M. Hatch, Vice-President; Gbo. H. Southbb, Treasurer. 
Directors— M. Hay, O. M. Hatch, George Passfield, C. C. Brown, Geo. N. Black. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15,1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27.1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking h oup e 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals, 



$210,030 00 



9,720 79 



730 00 
2,896 14 



$228,376 98 



$270,712 95 



13,739 31 
1,257 92 



730 00 
2,092 73 



$288,532 91 



$968,968 78 



11,253 42 
20,964 68 



730 00 
2,662 25 



$304,59913 



($287,637 97 
968 80 



18,70210 
2.854 08 



765 75 
1,977 29 



$812.906 99 



339 



B 



Statement— Continued . 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15.1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12,1389. 



Report of 
Jan. 27,1890. 



Report of 
July 14.1890. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Divi< I ends unpaid 

Savings deposits 

Individual dep sits subject to check . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals. 



864,000 00 



6,271 37 

"i6," 023 98 



6,656 58 
140,425 00 



1228,376 93 



$54,000 00 



249 91 
3,747 60 



20,657 72 

10,902 68 

199,075 00 



8288.532 91 



854,000 00 



787 77 
14 70 



50,458 16 

15,463 50 

183,875 00 



8304,599 13 



858,322 65 



4170 



42,627 59 

17,089 05 

194,825 00 



8312,905 99 



* THE STATE BANK OF JERSEYVILLE, Jerseyville. 

Organized August 12, 1890. 

8. H. Bowman, President; John A. Shephabd, Vfoe- President; Henbt A. Shkphabd, 

Cashier. 

JHreotor8—8. H. Bowman, John A. Shephard, Thos. F. Ferns, C. W. Tietsort, H. A. 

Shephard. 



THE STATE BANK OF WOODSTOCK, Woodstock. 

Organized November 28, 1889. 

E. E. Riohabds, President; Wm. H. Stbwaet, Vice-President; E. C. Jewbtt, Cashier. 

Directors— E. E. Richards. E. C. Jewett, G. E. Bunker. M. L. Joslyn. A. B. MoConnell, 
John McConnell, Wm. H. Stewart, James Northrop, E. E. Furer. 



BESOUBCES. 



Report of 
Jan. 27. 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Cash on hand 

Due f j om other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections , 



Totals. 



LIABILITIES. 



8av ngs deposits subject to notice 



Capital stock paid in. 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits..... 
Dividends unpaid. 

7 ngs 
Individual deposits subject to check. 
Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding . . . 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re- discounted... 
Bills payable 



Totals 



$15,969 34 



44,744 15 
18,077 69 



660 00 
294 04 
418 75 



979,548 97 



(25,000 00 



567 68 



46,646 62 
7.884 82 



979,548 97 



964.014 18 



18,966 75 
41,549 99 



650 00 
G27 16 
516 60 



9126,224 58 



925,000 00 
"2,'267'6B 



72,162 32 
26,794 59 



9126,224 53 



•Recently organized. 



B 



340 



Statemen t— Continued . 
THE UNION TRUST COMPANY, Chicago. 

Organized April 20, 1870. 

8. W. Bawson, President; E. F. Pulsefer, Vice-President; G. M. Wilson, Cashier. 

Fred. L. Wilk, Assistant Cashier. 

i 

Director— James Longley, B. W. Bawson, J. H. Pearson, E. F. Pujsifer, G. M. Wilson. 



RESOURCES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 



Report of 



Aug. 12, 1889. Jan. 27, 1890. 



i 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts : 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

United States bonds on hand 

Other bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand. 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks ana other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits....*. 

Individual deposits subject to check. 

Demand certificates of deposit. 

Time certificates of deposit 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable -. 



Totals 



SI. 



681,757 11 
57 46 
45,850 00 
409,162 82 
126,893 86 
483,915 24 



14,686 71 
5,000 00 
6,875 31 

27.666 00 
7,652 02 



$2,709,516 53 



§500,000 00 

245,000 00 

15,939 76 



1,861,129 96 
19,372 05 



10,262 94 

4.028 17 

53.784 25 



92,709,516 53 



81,882,513 15 

262 40 

45,850 00 

401,305 91 

164,079 78 

243,939 38 



11,886 71 

5,000 00 

3,468 80 

57,327 65 

11.326 13 



92,826.959 91 



9500,000 00 

272,000 00 

14,655 50 



1,088,175 67 

857,873 32 

16,502 23 



9.805 46 
25,205 75 
42,741 98 



SI, 975, 188 81 

1,758 32 

45,850 00 

475.869 16 

153,239 11 

441,052 13 



11.886 71 

5.000 00 

2,044 79 

27,107 81 

11,090 46 



38,150.087 SO 



8500,000 00 

309.500 00 

9,610 55 



1,275,752 09 

951,479 65 

32,310 00 



11,126 16 
11,695 29 
48,613 56 



S2. 826, 959 91 



93,150,087 30 



92,215,972 72 

2,686 09 

45,850 00 

490.735 81 

227,760 92 

565,048 71 



10,986 71 

5,000 00 

1.101 51 

74,455 16 

29,976 70 



93,669.524 33 



9500,000 00 

346,500 00 

7,754 73 



1,384,863 17 

l,&*i2,694 52 

38,083 00 



33,235 11 

9.417 89 

46,975 91 



98,669,524 S3 



THE WORKINGMEN'S BANKING COMPANY, East St. Louis. 

Organized June 6, 1870. 

B. J. Whitnbt, President; H. D. Sexton, Vice-President; Anthony Isch, Cashier. 

Directors- B. J. Whitney. H. D. Sexton, A. Isch, W. H. HiU. H. F. Bader, Hy. Bowe, 

H. W. Hempe. 



BESOUBOE8. 



Beport of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured 

Bonds and stocks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes . 

Checks and other cash items 

Collections 



Totals 



9136,963 50 

2,739 08 

212 15 

9,384 98 

49,129 97 



1.469 07 
2,282 00 
3,584 74 



52 40 



9205,817 89 



9146,929 16 

4,747 54 

212 15 

16,991 13 

46,355 43 



1,469 07 

2,282 00 

443 01 



799 00 



9220,228 49 



9151,520 26 

5,485 53 

10,100 00 

11.352 36 

48.338 54 



197 10 
1,000 00 
3,751 64 



631 22 



9232,226 65 



9232,705 76 

3,223 85 

10,100-00 

17.542 39 

37,963 07 



197 10 

1,000 00 

140 71 



935 24 



9303,806 12 



341 



B 



Statement— Continued. 



LIABILITIES. 



Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Report of 
Aug. 12, 1889, 



Report of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Report of 
July 14, 1890. 



Capital stock paid in. 

Surplus fund. 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice 

Individual deposits subject to check... 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit. 

Certified checks 

Cashier's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payab e..., 



Totals 



$50,000 00 
1,737 29 
4,782 64 



118.210 21 

2,800 00 

28,287 75 



9205,817 89 



950,000 00 

8,310 58 

1,940 36 

1 50 



180,174 75 

3.000 00 

31,801 30 



9220,228 49 



950,000 00 
3,810 58 
7,888 06 



115,224 65 

3,750 00 

52,053 36 



9232,226 65 



950.000 00 

10,396 56 

557 45 



183,973 96 

6,779 00 

52,101 16 



9303.806 12 



* WESTERN TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK, Chicago. 

Organized December 19, 1889. 

Wm. Holgati, President; E. Jennings, Vice-President; William P. Kimball, Second 

^ Yice-President. 

Directors— Wm. Holgate, E. Jennings, Wm. P. Kimball, W. M. B. Yoee, J. W. Byers, Chas. 
E. Simmons, T. C. Duncan, A. M. Byers, F. P. Burgett. 



BESOUBCE8. 



+ Report of 
Feb. 15, 1889. 



Beport of 
Aug. 12, 1889. 



Beport of 
Jan. 27, 1890. 



Beport of 
July 14, 1890. 



Loans and discounts 

Overdrafts secured and unsecured. 

Bonds and stoc ks 

Cash on hand 

Due from other banks :. 

Banking house 

Other real estate 

Furniture and fixtures 

Current expenses, including taxes. 

Checks ana other cash items 

Collections 

Miscellaneous 



Totals 



LIABILITIES. 



Capital stock paid in 

Surplus fund 

Undivided profits 

Dividends unpaid 

Savings deposits subject to notice , 

Individual deposits subject to check. . . 

Demand certificates of deposit 

Time certificates of deposit 

gertified checks 
ashler's checks outstanding 

Due to other banks 

Notes and bills re-discounted 

Bills payable 



Totals 



934,900 96 

1,624 68 

75,750 00 

6.136 44 

255 03 



69,882 61 

"s.'soi'is 



1,677 05 



9185,928 22 



9100,000 00 



1,287 69 
586 60 



17,503 93 

* i*666*66 



65,550 00 



9185,928 22 



937,934 65 
1,690 11 

84,250 00 
1.372 15 

16,529 02 



75,644 75 

2.965 50 

30103 



4,128 98 



9224,816 19 



9100,000 00 
""3,* 058*85 



2.866 56 

57,413 79 

14185 



1,985 14 



59.350 00 



9224,816 19 



,196 46 
1,18142 



4,173 97 
5,864 95 



2,965 50 
1,535 23 



.i 



294 80 



9845,211 83 



9100,000 00 

"i.Wio 



4,737 45 
71,064 96 



10,000 00 
""'896 » 



57,950 00 



$£45,21183 



9142,868 27 
1,764 49 



"Ciii'is 

13,236 20 



1,564 85 
2,196 96 
2,841 14 



9169.591 04 



9100.000 00 



3,497 93 



7,812 60 

33,867 72 

1,458 00 

3,417 00 

1,223 62 

247 78 

18,066 39 



9169,591 04 



* This bank was organized December 30, 1884, under the name " The Western Invest- 
ment Bank," which name was changed to its present name December 19, 1889. 

+ The report of February 15, 1889, was made by the bank under the name of " The West- 
ern Investment Bank." 



B 



342 



No. 45. — Statement of the awards made by the Commission of 
Claims, at the session thereof held at the city of Springfield, 
Illinois, commencing on the first Monday in August, A. D. 
1889, and at an adjourned session thereof 



Name of Claimant 



Date of 
filing claim. 



Date of 
award. 



Am't of 
award. 



Nature of claim upon wl)ich 
award was made. 



Henry E. Wier 



J . S. and 0. E.Hammett 



Daniel B. Wier 



Peter Toemmes 



Frank D. Bhafer. 



Henry Fisher . 



Nancy Myers. 



Mathlas Hosher. 



Oct 20.187V 



Sept 10, 1889 


1160 00 




350 00 




220 00 




1,000 00 




100 00 




263 00 


May 10. 1890 


600 00 


« • t « 


350 00 



Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow of Illinois rlver.caasdd 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
ove- flow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow* f Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
o v erflow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 

Damages to land of claimant by 
overflow of Illinois river, caused 
by Copperas Creek dam 



SUPPLEMENT. 



Auditor's Office, 
Springfield, III., Dec. 15, 1890. 
To Hon. Joseph W. Fifee, Oorernor of Illinois: 

Since making the foregoing report to you the Commission of 
Claims has filled in this office awards made by it at an adjourned 
session on the 12th day of December, 1890. I have the honor 
to submit herewith a supplemental report containing a state- 
ment of the awards so made, amounting in the aggregate to 
$5,599, being in detail an follows: 



N»me of Claimant. naJ^SL aw&L 



Heirs ofGreenburyL. 
Fort, deceased 

Selis of H. L. Crane. 

deceased 

Heirs of Win. Klein. 
deceased 

Ellaa A. Babb and Es- 
tellaJ.Babb 

Heira of James Sew- 
ard, deceased 

Warner Combs 

Jacob Jonea 

Huston W. Crawford.. 

LeeHickoi 



2. m 00 
133 00 
SOOOO 
100 00 
300 00 
800 00 
100 DO 

1.000 00 



Damages to land of claimants by 
...ii_ j Hr j ver uaua^a 

ofolalmanlB by 
ols river caused 
;ekdam 

of claimants by 
ols river caused 
eek dam 

of claimants by 
ols river caused 
iek dam 

of claimants by 
.ols river caused 
lekdam 

IgfSMI 

of claimant by 
ols river caused 

Injury to olalmant by firing of 
rifle balls by a regiment of Illi- 
nois National Guard while on 
duty at rifle practice 

Damages to claimant's crop of hay 
in the year 1889 on account of 
hfB inability to gainer Eat <i crop 
by reason of the fixing at rifle 
balls over claimant's land by 
the Illinois National Guard 
while on duty at rifle practice . . 



345 B 



INDEX. 



Page. 

Aooounts of State Treasurer with the different State funds 78 

Local Bond funds 271-27* 

Adjutant General, salary of 61 

" office of 46 

Agricultural Boards, State and county 50-63 

Appellate Court, First Distriot, expenses of 60 

" Second " " 60 

Third " " 61 

" Pourth " " 61 

Appropriations, special 3 

" general & 

' ' made by 35th General Assembly, unexpended balances, lapsed Sep- 
tember 80, 1889. 298-801 

' ' made by 36th General Assembly, unexpended balances, October 1, 

1890 302 

Assessments and Equalization for 1889 and 1890 VII 

" of all property equalized for 1889 164-166 

1890 238-240 

" live stock, comparison for 1889 and 1890 VIII 

Assessed value of property in the several counties for the year 1889 101-129 

•• •• •• '• «« •• •• ".1890 167-195 

Attorney- General, salary and clerk hire of 61 

office of 45 

Auditor of Public Accounts,' salary and clerk hire of 61 

office of 45 

" " " fees collected and paid into the treasury by 77 

Banking corporations : Xin-XVI 

Biennial report of the Auditor of Public Accounts, introduction to IEE-XVI 

Binding, public 48 

Blind, Institution for the Eduoation of 40 

Bonded debt of the State VIII, IX 

Bonds registered under acts of 1865. 1869, 1877, 1879 and 1885 XI, 242-267 

" drainage and levee law of 1872 and 1885 XI, 268-270 

Canal Commissioners, salaries of 3 

Central Insane Hospital 43 

Capital stock of corporations other than railroad, assessment of for 1889 156-163 

« f •• •• •« " 1890 230-237 

Classification of warrants drawn on the treasury VI 

—23 A 



B 346 

Paob. 

Commissioners, Railroad and Warehouse 4&-60 

" of Labor Statistics, expenses of. etc 3, 4 

" of Public Charities, expenses of, etc 4 

of Claims, expenses of, etc XVL 5. 842, 848 

Contingent fund of Governor 8,9 

Conveying Convicts to Penitentiary , 5-7 

State Reform Bohool / 7,8 

Costs and expenses of State suits 9 

County and State Agricultural Boards 50-55 

County, State, City, Town, District and other local taxes levied on assessment of 1888. 90,91 
" c. «« .. .« ,< .« .. .. 1889.92,98 

Deaf and Dumb, Institution for the Education of 41 

Debt, of State, bonded Tin, IX 

Detailed statement of warrants drawn 9-72 

Disbursements and receipts from all funds V.1,2 

" " of General Revenue fund 1 

of Special State funds 2 

'• State Schoolfund 2, 65-«7 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' fund 2, 67 

'* and receipts of Local Bond funds 68-72 

District, State, County, City and other local taxes levied on assessment for 1888.... 90, 91 

1889.... 92, 98 

Equalization, State Board of 53 

Equalized assessment of all property for 1889 164-166 

1890 298-240 

Executive Mansion fr-11 

Expenses, incidental 85-40 

" Insurance department 77 

" estimated, of the State Government, from Ontober 1,1890, to July 1,1891.. . . VII 

Eye and Ear Infirmary, Illinois Charitable 41 

Feeble-Minded Children, Asylum for the Education of 41 

Fees of Auditor, statement of 77 

Fish Commissioners, expenses of 12 

Fugitives from justice 12-16 

Funds, Local Bond 68-72 

Funds in State Treasury, balance October 1,1890 VI 

General Assembly, 86th 16,88-40 

Governor, salary and clerk hire of 61 

" Lieutenant, salary and office expenses of 61 

offioe of 45 

contingent fund of 8. 9 

Heating and lighting State House 16-18 

Illinois Asylum for Feeble-Minded Children 41 

" Central Railroad, gross earnings XII 

" Charitable Eye and Ear Infirmary 41 

" University of 44 

" Soldiers' Orphans' Home 41 

•' Soldiers' and Sailors' Home ..: 41 

" State Reform School 41 

'• National Guard 18-84 

" State Historical Society 85 

Incidental expenses 85-40 

Insane Hospital— Northern 42 

-Central 48 

-Southern 42 

—Eastern 42 



347 B 

Page. 
Institution for the Education of the Blind 40 

Deaf andDumb 41 

Interest on State School Fund 66 

Judiciary, salaries of 62-65 

Justice, fugitives from 16 

Laborers, Janitors and Watchmen in State House 43 

Lincoln Homestead, Trustees of 48 

Local Bond Funds, disbursements of 68-72 

" " " * amount charged on tax books of 1883, on account of—amount of 

deductions, amount collected and paid State Treasurer, and 
amount remaining unpaid / 279-286 

Same for 1889 287-898 

Levy of 1889 VIII 

" 1890 v VIII 

Lieutenant-Governor, salary of 61 

Honey refunded 44,65 

Mine Inspectors 44 

Normal University, Normal 44 

Southern •. 44 

Office of Governor 45 

" Lieutenant-Governor 61 

" 'Secretary of State 45 

" Auditor of Public Accounts 45 

State Treasurer 45 

*• Attorney-General 45 

Adjutant-General 46 

• * Superintendent of Public Instruction 2. 65 

Penitentiary— Northern 46 

Southern 46 

<I% conveying convicts to 5-7 

Public Charities, expenses of Commissioners, etc 4 

Printing paper and stationery 46,47 

Frinter Expert, for salary 46 

Public printing 47,48 

Public binding 48 

Property assessed for the year 1889, in the several counties 101-129 

1890, " " " 167-195 

Railroad and Warehouse Commissioners 48-60 

Railroad property, aggregate equalized assessment of, for 1889 158-155 

•• 1890 227-229 

Bates per cent of additions and deductions on assessments of 1889 130, 181 

1890 196,197 

Recapitulation of warrants drawn on the State Treasury 79-75 

Revenue fund 79-75 

Special State Funds 75 

Receipts and disbursements of all funds, summary of V.1,2 

" " General Revenue Fund 1 

Special State Funds 2 

State School Fund 2,65-67 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund 2,67 

Local Bond Funds 68-72 

Reform School, State 41 

" " conveying convicts to 7,8 

R e porter of Supreme C ourt, salary of 50 

Reports of Supreme Court 50 

Revenue Fund, warrants drawn upon 79-75 

" •• receipts, disbursements of 1 



B 348 

Page. 

Salaries, State officers 61,62 

■• Judiciary 62-65 

•• Judges Supreme Court 62 

" Superior Court of Cook County 62 

V Circuit Court Cook County.. 62,63 

Courts 68 

Salaries, State's Attorneys 63-66 

' ' Reporter of Supreme Court 50 

School, College and Seminary Funds 2, 65-67 

Tax Fund, layied, etc., tot 1888 86,87 

1889 88,89 

and interest on School Fund distributed in 1888 and 1889 79-81 

Secretary of State, salary and clerk hire of 61 

" office of * 45 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 41 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home 41 

Southern Insane Hospital. 42 

Normal University 44 

Special State Funds, receipts and disbursements of 2, 65-67 

*' " accounts with 2 

• ■ ' * warrants drawn upon l . . . 65-67 

State assessments for 1888 and 1889, taxes charged upon VIII 

" bonded debt VIII, IX 

•• School Fund '. 2,65-67 

' ' suits, costs and expenses of 9 

' ' Treasurer, salary and clerk hire of 61 

offloeof , 45 

" Entomologist, salary of 61 

* ' Agents at East 8t Louis, South Chicago, Town of Lake and Peoria, to prevent 

cruelty to animals, salary of 61,62 

' ' Board of Live Stock Commissioners and State Veterinarian, salary and expen- 
ses of 54-59 

" and County Agricultural Boards 50-53 

" Board of Equalization 53 

Health 54 

" Library 60 

' ' Historical Library and Natural History Museum, salary of Curator, etc 59, 60 

" Reform School 41 

" Treasurer's accounts with the different funds 78 

" taxes charged for 1888 82.83 

1889 81,85 

* ' County, City, Town, District and other taxes, levied on the assessment of 1888 . . po, 91 

1889.. 92.93 

* ' Government, estimated expenses of from October 1, 1890, to July 1, 1891 VII 

Statement No. 1— Receipts and Disbursements of General Revenue Fund 1 

Statement No. 2— " " Special State Funds 2 

Statement No. 3— Detailed Statement of Warrants drawn on the Treasury for all 

purposes, and to what account and appropriation charged 3-72 

Statement No. 4—Recapitulation of Warrants drawn on the State Treasury for all 

purposes 73-75 

Statement No. 5— Warrants outstanding October 1, 1888, and September 30, 1890 76 

Statement No. 6— Condition of School, Colleges and Seminary Funds 76 

Statement No. 7— Fees collected and paid into the State Treasury by the Auditor of 

Public Ac 'ounts, from October 1, 1888, to September 80, 1890. inclusive 77 

Statement No. 8— State Treasurer's accounts with the different funds 73 

Statement No. 9— Showing the amount of interest on School Fund, and the amount 
of School Tax Fund distributed to the several counties in the State, for the 
years 1888 and 1889, and amount paid County Superintendents from said fund. 79-81 



349 B 

Pa ob. 

Statement No. 10— Aggregate amount of State Taxes charged on the tax books for 
the year 1888, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net 
amount collected and paid State Treasurer 82. 88 

Statement No. 11— Aggregate amount of State Taxes charged on tax books for the 
year 1889, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net amount 
collected and paid State Treasurer, and amount remaining due 84, 85 

Statement No. 12— Showing the aggregate amount of School Fund tax charged on 
tax books of 1888, the amount deducted for abatements, commissions, etc., 
fpe net amount collected, the amount paid to each county, etc 86, 

Statement No. 13— Showing the aggregate amount of School Fund tax charged on 
tax books for 1889, the amount deducted for abatements, commissions, etc., 
the net amount collected, the amount paid to each county, etc 88, 9 

Statement No. 14— Amount of State, County, City, Town, District and other local 

taxes charged on the tax books of 1888 90, 91 

Statement No. 16— Amount of S'ate, County, City, Town, District and other local 

taxes charged on the tax books of 1889 92, 93 

Statement No. 16— Showing the per cent of forfeitures and insolvencies on account 
of State tax for the years 1870, 1875. 1880, 1881. 1882, 1888, 1884, 1885, 1886, 1887, 1888 
and 1889, in the various counties 94, 95 

Statement No. 17— Showing the per cent of total amount of State tax collected for 

the yeai s 1870 to 1889, inclusive, paid by each of the various counties 96-98 

Statement No. 18— Showing the average rate of taxation in the several counties for 

the years 1882 to 1889 ■ 99, 100 

Statement No. 19— Property assessed for the year 1889, in the several counties, as 

returned to the Auditor's office 101-129 

Statement No. 20— Bates per cent of addition to or deduction from the assessed 
value of each class of property in each county in the State, as determined by 
State Board of Equalization, on assessment of 1889. 130. 131 

Statement No. 21— Assessed value of Bailroad property in each county in the State 

of Illinois, for 1889 182-152 

Statement No. 22— Aggregate equalized assessment of the property of Railroads 

for 1889 158-155 

Statement No. 28— Assessment made by the State Board of Equalization upon the 
capital stock of companies and associations incorporated under the laws of 
this State, other than Bailroad companies, etc.. for the year 1889 156-163 

Statement No. 24— Equalized assessment of all taxable property in the State of Illi- 
nois for the year 1889, as equalized or assessed by the State Board of Equali- 
zation, showing the valuation of the several classes of property in each 
county 164-166 

Statement No. 25— Property assessed for the year 1889 in the several counties, as 

returned to the Auditor's office 167-195 

Statement No. 26— Bates per cent of addition to or deduction from the assessed 
value of each class of property in each county of the State, for the year 1890, 
as determined by the State Board of Equalization 196, 197 

Statement No. 27— Showing the proportion of the total equalized assessments of * 
taxable property in the various counties for the years 1878 to 1890, inclusive, 
assessed on real and personal property, respectively 198-200 

Statement No. 28— Aggregate equalized assessments of taxable property in the 
several counties In the State of Illinois, for the years 1873 and 1878 to 1890, in- 
clusive 202-205 

Statement No. 29— Assessed value of Bailroad property in each county in the State 

of Illinois, for the year 1890 206-226 

Statement No. 80— Aggregate equalized assessment of the property of Railroads 

for 1890 227-229 

Statement No. 31— Assessment made by the State Board of Equalization on capital 
stock of companies and associations incorporated under the laws of this 
State, other than railroad companies, etc. , for the year 1890 230-237 

Statement No. 32— Equalized assessment of all taxable property in the State of 
Illinois, for the year 1890, as equalized or assessed by the State Board of 
Equalization, showing the valuation of the several classes of property in 
each county '. 288-240 

Statement No. 88— Bonds issued by Counties, Townships, Cities and Towns reg- 
i • tered in Auditor's office, in pursuance of an act entitled "An act to fund and 
provide for paying the Railroad debts of Counties, Townships, Cities and 
Towns, "in force April 16, 1869 242-251 

Statement No. 34— Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of February 13, 1865.. .. 252, 258 

Statement No. 35— Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of February 13, 1865, as 

amended by the acts of April 27, 1877, and June 4. 1879 254-267 

Statement No. 36— Drainage District Bonds registered in pursuance of the act of 

June27. 1885 ." 268. 269 

—24 A 



B 350 

Page. 
Statement No. 87— Bonds issued by Commissioners of Bny Island Levee, of Ad- 
ams, Pike and Calhoun counties. In pursuance of an aet of April 24, 1871, and 
registered in Auditor's office under act of April 9, 1872 370 

Statement No. 88— State Treasurer's account with the different Local Bond Funds, 

from October 1, 1886, to September 30. 1888, inclusive 271-278 

Statement No. 89— Aggregate amount charged on tax books of 1888, on account of 
Local Bond Fund**, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net 
amount collected, and the amount paid into the State Treasury 279-280 

Statement No. 40— Aggregate amount charged on tax books of 1889, on account of 
Local Bond Fund*, the amount of abatements, commissions, etc., the net 
amount collected, the amount paid State Treasurer, and the amount remain- 
ing unpaid 287-298 

Statement No. 41— Of the condition of the Illinois Trust Companies, as shown by 

report of examination filed with State Auditor 294-297 

Statement No. 42— Balance of appropriations made by the 86th General Assembly 
unexpended October 1, 1888, the amount of warrants since drawn thereon, 
and the unexpended balances whioh lapsed into the State Treasury Septem- 
ber 80, 1889 298-801 

Statement No. 48— Appropriations made bv the 86th General Assembly, the 
amount of warrants drawn thereon, and the unexpended balances October 1, 
1890 802-807 

Statement No. 44— Of the condition of State Banks, as shown by reports made to 
State Auditor February 15 and August 12,1889, and January 27 and July 14. 
1890 308-841 

Statement No. 46— Of awards made by the Commission of Claims 842, 849 

Stationery and printing paper 46,47 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 2,05 

Supreme Court, Southern Division, expenses of 60 

Centra] Division, expenses of 60 

'• Northern Division, expenses of 60 

Taxes charged on State assessment for 1888 and 1889 Vm 

Taxes— State, County, k Oity, Town and District, levied on assessment, 1888 90,91 

'• • " 1889 92,98 

Trust Companies XII, XIII, 294-297 

University of Illinois 4* 

Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund 2,73 

Warrants drawn on the Treasury VI 

detailed statement of 4-72 

recapitulaiion of 78,75 

Warrants outstanding, statement of 76 

Watchmen, Laborers and Janitors in State House 48 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



OP THE 



State Treasurer, 



TO THE 



GOVERNOR OF ILLINOIS. 



NOVEMBER 1st, 1890. 



SPRINGFIELD, ILL.: 
H.'.W. Kokksb, State Printer and Bindbr. 

1890. 



TREASURER'S REPORT. 



State of Illinois, Treasurer's Office, 
Springfield, November 1, 1890. 

Joseph W. Fifer, Governor of Illinois: 

Sir : In compliance with the law, I have the honor to submit 
herewith a report of the receipts and disbursements of the State 
Treasury, for the fiscal years commencing October 1, 1888, and 
ending September 30, 1890. 

The following statements contain a general account of the 
business transactions of this office during that period, viz.: 

1. Statement qf receipts and disbursements of State Treasury, 
from October 1, 1888, to September 30, 1890, inclusive, and of 
balances on hand. 

2. Statement of State Treasurer's accounts with the different 
funds, showing receipts and disbursements of State Treasury 
for each month, from October 1, 1888, to September 30, 1890, 
inclusive. 

3. Recapitulation of State Treasurer's accounts with the 
different funds, from October 1, 1888, to September 30, 1890, 
inclusive. 

4. Statement of the bonded debt of the State of Illinois, out- 
standing October 1, 1890. 

5. Statement of securities deposited with the State Treasurer 
by Life Insurance Companies. 

6. Statement of the gross earnings of the Illinois Central 
Railroad, from March 24, 1855, to April 30, 1890, inclusive, 
and amount paid int > State Treasury on account thereof. 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



The amount of all funds in the State Treasury. October 1, 
1888, was as follows : 



General Revenue Fund , 


82.919,290 04 

306.224 43 

331 06 

13.832 60 

599.539 09 




State School Fund 






Delinquent Land Tax Fund 




Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund 


- 


■ 

Local Bond Fund9 , 






, 1888, to Sep- 


83.J39.217 22 


The receipts from all sources from October 1 
tember 30, 1890, inclusive, were as follows: 


85,367.777 30 

2.137,883 81 

1,332 52 

2,914.341 76 


State School Fund 
















10,421,335 39 








Total 


£14.260 552 61 


The disbursements from October 1, 1888, to 
1890, inclusive, were as follows: 


September 30, 


84.759,853 90 

2,129,852 02 

409 34 

2.924.969 36 












Local Bond Fund , 






1890 •.. 


9,815,084 62 




• 


Balance of all funds in State Treasure October I, 


94.445.467 99 


As follows: 




S3. 527. 213 44 

314.256 22 

331 06 

14,755 78 

588.911 49 




State School Fund 












Local Bond Funds 


• 








*4, 445,467 99 







"C 



STATE BONDED DEBT. 



The principal of the bonded debt of the State outstanding- 
October 1, 1888, was $23,100. 

On the 29th of January, 1 890, $3,600 of New Internal Im- 
provement Stock Interest Bonds, payable after 1877, (viz.: Num- 
bers 2,547,, 2,548 and 2,54 » for $1,000 each, and Number 2,550 
for $600), were paid under special appropriation made by act 
approved May 29, 1889, leaving the bonded debt of the State 
outstanding October 1, 1890, $19,500. 

The bonds called in by Governor's proclamation, which have 
ceased to draw interest, but have not yet been sifrrendered, are 
as follows: 



New Interna) Improvement Stock 

New Internal Improvement Interest Stock, payable after 1877. 

1 Refunded Stock Bond, payable after 1877 

, 1 Old Internal Improvement Bond 

13 Canal Bonds 



Total 



$4,000 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

18, 000 00 



919.500 00 



Very respectfully, 

Charles Becker, 

State Treasurer 



c 



6 



No. 1. 

Statement of wceipts and disbursements of State Treasury, 
fix>m October 1, 1888, to September SO, 1890, inclusive, and 
of balances on hand. 



GENERAL REVENUE FUND. 



Amount. 



RECEIPTS. 



From taxes 1887 

" 1888 *. 

" 1880 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 
ending October 31, 1888 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 
ending April 30. 1889 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 
ending October 31, 1889 

From 7 % on gross earnings of Illinois Central Railroad for six months 
ending April 30, 1890 

From redemption and sale of eal estate purchased by State on execution.. 

From C. C. Morse being amount paid him for time erroneously certified to 
Auditor on pay roll of employes of 36th General Assembly, appointed 
by Secretary of State ' 

From Joseph W. Fifer, Governor of Illinois, being amount received by him 
from the United States Government, on account of aid to the Illinois 
Soldiers' and Sailors' Home, Quinoy, III. from October 1, 1888 to Septem- 
ber 30. 1890. inclusive 

From Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, for fees collected by him from 
April 1, 1888 to Januarv 14. 1889, inclusive 

From Henry D. Dement, Secretary of State, being amount received for rent 
of house on Monroe street belonging to State, to October 15, 1888 

From Isaac N. Pearson, Secretary of State, for fees colle 'ted by him from 
January 15, 1889 to September 30. 1890, inclusive 

From Isaac N. Pearson, Secretary of State, being amount received for rent 
of house on Monroe street belonging to State, from October 15, 1888 to 
April 9, 1890 

From Chas. P. Swigert, Auditor Public Accounts, for fees collected by him 
from October 1. 1888 to January 14. 1889, inclusive 

From Charles W. Pavey, Auditor Public Accounts, for fees collected by him 
from January 15, 1889 to September 30, 1890, inclusive 



Total amount received 

Balance in Treasury October 1, 1H88. 



Total. 



DI8DUB8EMENT8. . 

Amount of Revenue Fund warrants paid and canceled. 
Balance in Treasury October 1. 1890 



117.003 32 
2,290,499 35 
1.822,081 95 

227.774 48 

210.929 03 

249.315 02 

229,061 80 
713 00 

18 00 



111,233 87 

7,788 72 

105 00 

35,746 27 

630 00 

2,527 47 

162.349 42 



$5,367,777 30 
2,919.290 04 



98,287.067 34 



4,759,853 90 



93.527.213 44 



c 



Statement No. 1 — Continued. 



STATE SCHOOL FUND. 



Amount. 



RECEIPTS. 



From taxes 1887 $6,104 02 

From taxes 1888 1, 068, 898 53 

From taxes 1889 1,062,881 26 



Total amount received 

Balance in Treasury October 1, 1888. 



92.197,883 81 
306,224 43 



TotaL I $2,444,108 24 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of School Fund warrants paid and canceled I 2,129,852 02 

Balance in Treasury October 1,1890 j $314,256 22 



DELINQUENT LAND TAX FUND. 



Balance in Treasury October 1, 1888 and 1890. 



UNKNOWN AND MINOB HEIBS* FUND 



RECEIPTS. 

From Henry C. Niles, Master in Chancery Circuit Court Douglas county, 
amount due Fritz Almond King and Laura G. King, minor heirs of 
Perry, from sale in partition in case of Perry vs. Hutton, deposited on 
order Circuit Court, Douglas County 

From DeWitt L. Jones, Special Master in Chancery Lake county, being 
amount due Arthur O'Keefe, from sale in partition in case of Mathew 
Steele et aL vs. Ann O'Keefe et aL, deposited on order Circuit Court 
Lake county 

From Byron Pontious, Master in Chancery MoDonough county, amount de- 
posited in Treasury on order Circuit Court McDonough county, from 
sale in partition in case of Simeon M. Kenneday et aL vs. Lemuel F. 
Wheeler et aL, to credit of John J. Hattera and Chas. E. Lung, being 
$19.64 each 

From Jno. T. Noyes, Master in Chancery Superior Court Cook county, 
being amount due the unknown heirs of John Butler, deceased, from 
sale In partition in case of Chas. H. Kehl vs. Jno. Butler et aL, deposited 
on order Superior Court Cook county f 



Total amount received 

Balance in Treasury October 1, 1888. 



Total 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Amount of Unknown and Minor Heirs' Fund warrants paid and canceled, .. 
Balance in Treasury October 1, 1890 



$33T06 



$269 39 



854 50 



99 28 



109 35 



$1.332 52 
13,832 60 



$15,165 12 



409 34 



$14,755 78 



Statement No. I— Continued. 



Local Bond Fcudb. 


Balance in 
Treasury 
Oct. 1. 1888. 


Amount ro- 

from Oct. l. 

1888.10 
B-pt. SO. 1890 
inolusive. 


Warrants 

fr! ra Oct. 1. 

1888, to 
Sept. 30, 1830 
inclusive. 


Balance in 
Treasury 
Oct, 1. 1890. 


County. 


Bt Joseph.. 
Orbana 


Adar 


74 

Of 

st 

07 
IS 
B] 

9i 

ta 
&t 
fa 

ov 
■• 

7-2 
22 
226 57 
793 45 
392 54 
77 94 

588 64 

643 60 
1,749 16 

989 90 

12,209 13 

424 82 

108 23 
7 EI 

514 a 

' 35 Si 

137 Jfi 

t.au S 

538 58 

666 56 

22.IW.I IK 

199 13 

7.974 SB 

1,068 94 
l.«2 63 
1.621 58 
5.509 19 

695 6- 
T. 210 93 

432 94 

■.-.: 1. 

281 15 
4,431 57 
3.688 80 
6.618 45 
3.579 98 

843 45 
5,35!> 74 

144 55 

97 78 

1,190 09 


127, 400 44 


219,644 05 


110, 019 IS 


Alei 


4,394 78 
191.943 54 
53,797 47 
28.404 36 
47,698 76 


4.383 77 

196.059 58 
55,700 00 
17.369 08 
45,897 69 


214 S3 

5,837 63 

169 38 

22,271 79 

18,362 87 


Cass 
Cbac 








10,297 27 
7.408 76 
2,241 77 
1.298 87 

16,911 05 
1.345 56 

11,976 09 
3.584 23 

12,834 57 

653 65 

4,497 88 

719 64 

4.1G8 57 
3.058 54 

4,286 60 

78.773 10 

2O0 62 

1.189 86 


10,446 21 
7.293 24 
2,172 59 
5,542 84 

16,343 01 
2.960 46 

11.792 01 
3,585 72 

11.719 52 
664 51 
4,575 83 

727 20 

3.538 29 
3.030 29 

3.764 66 

90.982 23 

6130 

1.09135 


589 94 

144 14 

135 21 

591 10 

10,267 85 

87 S3 

7.165 30 

325 08 

1.95B50 




Ht-hV: Dl.=t, No. I. T. 19 










School Diat.' No. i! T. i» 


591 08 


Champ* Urn 
sod Vlali... 


111k HrdiSp'l iiratti TiiHt. 
WlIdiGtSp'l Drain Pfet. 
Lake Fork Sp'l Dr'n Dint 
Township of Bear Creek. 


1.362 88 
1.777 40 

1.451 84 




564 14 
206 74 




419 69 
16.694 59 


933 94 
16,846 87 












«iuk« 

Kick- Tp. Sink iiift Fnnd. 
1 «"i- lii ol Taylorvtlle. 
Sotool Dirt. No. 2, Tp. u 














9,744 58 

6.458 98 
12.032 :!2 
14.215 09 
6.087 23 
5,407 72 
2,618 76 
2.154 0t> 
4.492 57 
1.625 71 
7,791 63 
3,425 7! 
2.287 04 
9,683 01 
12.875 41 
7, 125 48 
7.597 35 
11.852 55 
12.046 ?■ 
2.5S6 07 
3,246 97 
5.31.7 fil 
:t, f.<W -sr 

38, 083 S 
9.853 HI 
6.487 03 
0,065 4C 
3.587 40 
7, 401 37 
2,271 82 

17.573 60 
6.919 64 

12.897 91 


0,166 7? 

6.997 66 
11,513 66 
30,000 00 

5.336 81 


5,100 76 










(|j-k UuDtyHink'eF'od 

I. ..■ .-lip of Marshall... 
MarnhallTp.Kiiik'iiKF"nd 
I'.iwu^tiln of Wi.-nlll'ild... 
■\. ■■!■ -JilTp. link's F'ud 

l'uwii!<!iip of York 

V .:* i;i. Winking Fund . 














2.424 59 










4,774 75 
2,100 011 
9.128 18 
2,424 13 
-2,:m 84 
[1.394 92 
12.943 45 
7.151 03 
7.876 99 
11.362 41 
12.120 23 
6,146 96 
3.03123 


770 45 


Clay 




' Louj-villo.. 
Charleston . 

Mattoon 

8ov'n Hiek"y 


697 31 


Coll-M 


721 03 




255 60 




>..- 1. wn of Cicero 

I r.-.ii'v i if Crawford 

1 ■ a ■ -I.ip or Honey (.'r k 
Hutsonvillu. 
Hulsunvllle T. Bink'n F'd 
1 wi !,ip of Robinson.. 
Sumpter. .. 
Oouoty of DeWIit 




Crawford.. 


6,445 01 




1.059 19 


Cumberland.. 
DoWitt 


.1.636 19 
S, 909 08 
37,603 17 
9,486 37 
5.881 54 
6.080 53 
3.877 1! 

2|302 7l 
17.615 27 

5.665 19 
14,586 99 


117 21 
125 24 

1.580 75 




Clint dim. .. 

Crock 

lie Witt 

Nixon 
Santa Anna 
„ ■ Timbrldm. 

TownHhJp of Bowdre 

Camanco . .. 


1,370 99 
749 49 
457 98 
609 18 
95 61 
775 13 
18141 
9.000 31 
155 43 
55 04 
48 49 


1.976 48 
734 42 
168 31 




64 67 
733 46 
1.435 86 
7.311 31 




1.738 99 
1.2V8 38 


1,767 89 
1.212 041 


36 64 
4183 



9 



C 



Statement No. 1 — Continued. 



\ 







• 


Amount re- 


Warrants 




Local Bond Fu.nds. 


Balance in 

Treasury 

Oct. 1. 1888. 


ceived canceled 
from Oct. 1, from Oct. 1, 

1888. to 1 1888, to 
Sept. 30.1890, Sept. 30.1890, 


Balance in 

Treasury 

Oct. 1, 1890. 






County. 


Fund. 




inclusive. 


inclusive. 




Douglas 

• « 


Township of Newman. .. 
* f Tuscola — 


$74 89 
189 53 


$1,398 42 
2,312 45 


SI, 454 19 
2,423 56 


819 12 

78 42 


Douglas and 














Union School Dist No. 












7. Tp. 15 R. 6 and 7.... 
TownshiD of Kansas 


531 75 
269 16 






531 75 


Edgar 


4,265 JO 


4,368 96 


165 30 




'* Paris • 


119 02 


2.487 19 


2,545 04 


61 17 




Paris Tp. Sinking Fund . 


3.273 »5 


3,314 15 




6,587 20 


\ « « 


Township of Prairie 


271 28 




271 28 






Ross 


817 77 


2,051 80 


2,060 46 


809 11 


4 t 


Shiloh 


637 04 


1,227 36 


1.212 14 


652 26 




Tp. of Young America . . 


512 00 


915 86 


917 61 


510 25 


Edwards and 












White 


Inc. Town of Grayville.. 


555 90 


2.033 33 


2,020 17 


569 06 


Effingham 


Township of Douglas 


2.265 90 


17,109 44 


16,698 34 


2.677 00 


• * 

.... 


Liberty. ... 


388 76 


732 70 


727 26 


394 20 


• « 

.... 


Liberty Tp. Sinking Fd. 


535 41 


1,073 07 


•1,000 00 


608 48 


f 4 

.... 


648 02 


2,122 07 


1.171 40 


1,598 69 


« • 


" Moccasin... 


1,545 34 






1,545 34 


4 • 

• • . . 


Summit 


1.009 42 






1,009 42 


• 4 

• • • • 


Teutopolis . 


36 78 


9io 60 


909 05 


38 33 


4 4 

» • • . 


West 


55 78 


1,136 24 


1,151 38 


40 64 


< 4 

• . . • 


Village of Edgewood .... 
Township of Bear Grove 


136 18 


273 63 


363 17 


46 64 




379.54 


5.022 46 


5,181 91 


220 09 


« « 


" Vandalia... 


1,176 45 


8,675 74 


8,842 37 


1.007 82 


Ford 


County of Ford 


4,131 30 
4.628 39 


17,255 06 
8,539 19 


17,281 45 
8,605 29 


4,104 91 


« < 


Township of Drummer.. 


4,562 29 


■ • 


Tp. of Peach Orchard... 

* 


253 90 
241 66 


5,706 97 
4,732 12 


5.724 39 
4,646 66 


236 48 


• • 


327 12 


Ford, Iroquois 




&Livingst'n 


Vermilion Sp'l Drain Dist 


1,100 00 


7,759 37 


7,983 39 


875 98 


Franklin 


School Dist. No. 3, Tp. 6, 














228 21 

1,689 43 

78 34 

219 07 


241 97 

778 09 

877 03 

2,708 37 


470 18 
2.164 64 

455 37 
2,817 49 




• » 


" Farmers ... 
Lewistown. 


302 88 


• • 


109 96 


« • 


Pleasant... 
Woodland.. 


348 94 
175 12 






348 94 


« « 


1,016 64 


728 68 


463 08 


Gallatin 




9,234 48 


24,339 10 


25,809 49 


7,764 09 


• < 


Gallatin Co.8inking Fund 


22.627 87 






22,627 87 


4 • 


City of Shawneetown ... 


3, 0t»2 .37 


7.110 06 


8.276 55 


1.835 88 




Inc. Town of Whitehall.. 


1.058 27 


2.041 64 


2.020 21 


1,079 70 


Hh mil ton 




18,950 58 


515 61 


17.924 41 


1,541 78 






1.964 76 


31.631 87 


32,101 58 


1,495 05 


< < 


Township of St. Albans.. 
City of Nauvoo 


230 45 


4,415 31 


4.444 17 


2"1 59 


< • 


114 30 
546 85 


2,390 25 
10,062 93 


2,434 05 
9,063 55 


7-> 50 


t • 




1,546 23 


• • 


Inc. Town of Carthage . . 
County of Henderson... 
City of Oquawka 


89 27 
372 44 
154 79 


1,077 15 


1.166 42 

372 44 

3,913 93 




Henderson.. . . 




* • 

• « • 


3,90i 52 


142 38 




Township of Galva 

Lynn., , 
Osco 


£18 31 
462 28 
162 16 






318 31 


< * 




434 16 
2.434 43 


28 12 


• * 


2.465 33 


193 06 


• < 


" Western.... 


3,167 93 


3,132 99 


3,231 66 


3,069 26 


< i 


Inc. Town of Galva 


287 24 


5.163 31 


5.050 81 


399 74 


Henry and 
Whiteside.. 












Big Slough Spl. Drain. 
Dist 














5.815 72 


5,793 87 


21 85 


Iroquois 


Tp. of Concord 


44 87 
2,761 36 


44 87 




5,020 37 


5.050 10 


2,731 63 




Fountain Creek.. 
" Loveioy 


27 89 
281 72 






27 39 


« * 


3,212 80 


3,494 52 




t 4 


' ' Martinton 


185 57 

1,002 79 

100 63 


4,371 54 
1.323 55 
1,206 35 


4,222 81 
2.298 02 
1,274 02 


334 30 


« 4 


Sheldon 


28 32 


t I 


City of Watseka 


32 96 


« i 


Milks Grove SpL Drain. 






Dist 




10,565 74 


10,515 45 


50 29 


< « 


Spl. Dialn. Dist. No. 1 of 








Onarga, Douglas and 












Danf orth Tps. 


224 42 


6,079 06 

1,022 82 

15, .502 r,o 


6,060 39 

728 71 

15,916 51 


243 09 


Jaokson 




294 11 




County of Jasper 


8.59i 43 


8.177 42 




Tp. of Fox 


56 91 


1,779 56 


1,772 36 


64 11 



10 



Statement No. I— Continued 



Local Bond Funds. 



County. 



Jasper 

< « 
Jefferson 

Jersey 

Jersey ami 

Macoupin.. 

JoDavies - 

Johnson 

• « 

Kankakee 



Fund. 



Knox . . 
LaSalle 



• > 



Lee 



Livingston. 



> • 
■ « 



.... 



Logan 



Macon 



Macoupin. 



Balance in 

Treasury 

Oct 1. 1888. 



Amount re- 
ceived 
from Oct. 1, 

1888, to 

Sept SO, 1890, 

inclusive. 



Warrants 
canceled 

from Oct. 1, 
1888. to 

Sept. 30, 1890. 
inclusive. 



Balance in 
Treasury 
Oct 1. 1890. 



....••.• 



« • 
< < 



Madison , 
Marshall. 



Mason. 



Mason and 
Tazewell. 

McDonough . , 



McLean. 



* * 



Tp. of St. Marie 

Wade 

Willow Hill 

County of Jefferson 

Township of Mt, Vernon. 

S «hool Dist. No. 8, Tp. 7. 

R. 12 

Inc. Town of Brighton.. 

City of Galena 

County of Johnson 

Johnson Co. Sinking F'd. 

County of Kankakee 

Township of Aroma 

Ganeer 

Kankakee.. 
Momenoe . . 
Pembroke . 

Pilot 

Rio 

LaSalle 

Osage 

Inc. Town of Marseilles. 
School Dist. No. 2. Tp. 

33 N.. R. 1 E 

Township of Ambov 

Brooklyn . . 
Hamilton . . 
Wyoming... 

Tp. of Amity .' 

A voca 

** Dwight 

Eppard's Point... 

Indian Grove 

Newtown 

Owego 

Pontiac 

" Reading 

County of Logan 

Tp. of JEtna 

•• Atlanta 

East Lincoln 

" Mt. Pulaski 

Oran ,. 

West Lincoln 

Citv of Lincoln 

School Dist. No. 5. T. 18, 

R.2. 

County of Macon 

Townsnip of Decatur . . . 
MtZion... 

City of Decatur 

County of Macoupin 

!(ity of Girard 

line. Town of Virden 

In«*. Tn. of Edwardsville. 

Township of Evans 

Lacon 

County of Mason 

Township of Havana 

Mason City 
Central SpL Drain. Dist. 

Mason and Tazewell Spl. 

Druin. Dist 

Tp. of Bushnell 

Mound 

New Salem 

Allen 

Arrowsmith 

Belle Flower 

Bloomington 

Cheney's Grove.. 



880 69 

683 27 

979 28 

3.163 91 

1,126 84 

137 00 

187 13 

852 55 

7,437 00 



284 14 

198 14 

87 133 

380 70 

150 94 

27 05 

60 95 

873 98 

189 16 

679 60 

127 96 

697 41 
1,590 94 

868 40 

239 89 

422 99 
1,885 49 
1,123 15 
1,500 00 

590 56 
5,740 86 

107 43 
85 39 
18 78 

729 83 
1,733 51 

128 86 
183 75 
773 79 
375 25 

2,483 68 
4.462 97 
1,470 24 

65 80 

15,924 03 

2,141 94 

137 68 
895 23 

8.589 11 

130 21 

2,808 84 

458 09 

866 25 

21 86 

32,096 14 

334 59 

138 83 
2,394 39 



799 77 

230 65 

115 23 

143 25 

3,098 28! 

4 92| 

186 05 

13,464 55 

4.647 60 



81.533 74 
2,267 27 
2,544 13 

15,440 46 
2,651 47 

3,276 77 

3,195 27 

13,487 70 

12,976 09 

21,136 18 

5,431 89 

7,631 41 

3,677 62 

765 35 
4,400 76 

549 24 
3.338 38 
3,629 06 
8,859 99 
1,199 40 

433 69 

11,456 37 

15,010 37 

21,619 18 
391 59 

10,940 21 
5,626 18 
2,770 01 
1,500 00 
2.218 71 

14,387 53 
2,294 52 
2,017 02 

19,264 90 
8.547 52 
4.019 33 
3,011 27 
6,518 18 

10,027 38 
4.338 51 
4.136 41 

13,773 31 
5.447 88 

1,460 20 

39,535 33 

8,222 51 

390 37 

2.235 22 

237,043 04 

621 67 
6,579 49 
4,044 31 
1.023 98 



28,249 42 

644 68 

1,944 10 

18.191 63 



57.679 63 
6,069 18 
1.927 73 
2,023 11 
4,983 24 



4,905 59 
38.733 13 
11.977 19 



$1,555 37 
2,845 43 
2.344 32 

15,674 95 
3,028 26 

3,282 68 

2.880 23 

13,795 91 

16,285 58 

1,508 80 

6,408 91 

7,424 91 

3.636 39 

1,109 32 

1,393 75 

545 46 

3,282 99 

3.636 15 

8,717 59 

1.211 99 

415 47 

1.238 28 
15.248 35 

19.231 19 
377 33 

10,951 55 
5,666 23 
3,770 10 
3,000 00 
1,970 84 

14.232 64 
2.322 97 
2.020 09 

18.805 72 
8,894 39 
5.326 50 
2.929 55 
6,303 79 
9.899 14 
4,544 19 
3,940 18 

15.927 92 
5.353 73 

1.454 50 

38,383 23 

8,468 08 

484 35 

2,423 18 

230.680 65 

606 10 
6.163 38 
4.201 02 
1,616 12 



28,582 74 

616 22 

1.848 87 

11.884 75 



56,742 90 
6,060 35 
1.974 41 
1.969 87 
5.290 97 



4,848 52 
49,889 07 
10.956 84 



959 06 

105 11 

1,179 09 

2,919 42 

750 05 

13109 

502 17 
544 34 
4,127 51 
19,627 38 
312 12 
404 64 
128 56 

36 78 
157 95 

30 84 
116 34 
866 84 
331 56 
667 01 
146 18 

10,915 50 

1.352 96 

3,256 99 

254 15 

411 65 

1.845 44 

123 06 



838 43 

5.895 75 
78 96 
82 32 

477 96 

382 46 

426 34 

210 58 

998 14 

902 08 

169 57 

2.679 91 

2.808 39 

1.564 39 

7150 
17,076 18 

1.896 37 
43 70 

707 27 

14.951 50 

145 78 

3,224 95 

30138 

874 11 

2186 

31,762 82 

963 05 

234 06 

3,701 27 



1.786 50 

239 48 

68 55 

196 49 

2,735 65 

4 92 

243 12 

2.306 61 

5,667 96 



11 



Statement No. 1 — Continued. 









Amount re- 


Warrants 




Local Bond Funds. 


Balance in 

Treasury 

Oct 1, 1888. 


ceived 
from Oct. 1, 

1888, to 
Sept. 30, 1890, 


canceled 
from Oct. 1, 

1888, to 
Sept. 30J890, 


Balance in 

Treasury 

Oct 1. 1890. 






County. 


Fund. 




inclusive. 


inclusive. 




McLean 


Tp. of Downs 


§986 51 
2,633 37 


$936 24 
17,402 91 


$1,150 38 
11,305 61 


$772 37 


< < 


" Empire 


8.730 67 


■ « 


Village of Saybrook 


1,043 92 


1,725 62 


1,822 68 


946 86 


• • 


Easterbrook Spl. Drain. 












Dist 


458 74 
231 95 


6,440 77 
4,348 94 


6,286 10 
4.383 54 


613 41 


Menard 


Inc. Town of Petersburg. 


197 85 






77156 


2,249 08 


1.423 27 


1,597 37 


• < 


Township of Abington.. 


375 65 


2.622 59 


2,585 90 


412 28 


< « 


Keithsburg 


417 67 


8,407 43 


8.333 39 


49171 


t« 




876 24 


3,078 35 


3.855 35 


99 24 






820 95 


16,307 27 


16.211 93 


886 29 


Montgomery.. 


County of Montgomery. 
City of Litchfield. 


586 74 


1,474 53 


1,997 27 


64 00 


4 « 


1.356 94 


7,823 54 


8.641 91 


638 57 


i t 


" Sinking Fund 


15,065 04 


4,367 53 


19.000 00 


432 57 


Morgan 




948 81 


7,494 39 


8,077 47 


365 73 




Tp. 14 N., R. 9, W 

Tp. 15 N„ R. 10. W 

City of Jacksonville 


35 27 

23 45 

8,128 22 






36 27 


< < 




23 45 
25,931 91 




• < 


24,703 07 


6,899 38 


4 4 


Inc. Town of Waverly. .. 


3,270 92 


6.011 50 


6,060 06 


3,222 36 






677 48 


24,722 91 


23,288 86 


2,111 63 


4 « 




464 69 


668 38 


787 24 


,345 83 


< I 


Lowe Tp. Sinking Fund . 
Tp. of Sullivan 


1,561 18 


2,187 04 


2,000 00 


1,748 22 


t 4 


1,027 36 


13.761 95 


13,531 01 


1,258 30 


Ogle 


"' ' Forreston 


512 91 


9.779 81 


9,882 99 


409 23 


V ?I 


Mt. Morris 

" Oregon 


637 24 
1.501 64 






637 24 


< • 


9.261 62 


9.187 68 


1.575 58 


i • 


Pine Rock 


376 9!> 
4,774 12 


1,544 12 
8,166 64 


1.414 72 
8,563 23 


506 39 




4,877 53 


i < 


Township of Brimfleld.. 


1,336 18 


19,899 32 


19,056 49 


2,179 01 


« » 


Elmwood.. 


391 08 


6,108 09 


5,407 29 


1,09188 


• • 


Peoria 


1,117 63 


1,939 29 


1,487 04 


1,569 88 


4 • 


City of Peoria 


5.559 47 


10.077 50 


10,489 76 


6. 147 21 


Piatt 


Tp. of Bement 


2,673 53 


9,532 41 


11,766 06 


439 88 


• ■ 


Blue Ridge 


396 48 


10,027 28 


10,049 97 


373 79 


4 4 


Goose Creek 

Monticello 

Monticello Tp. Sinking 


1,630 64 
106 44 

2,380 16 


5.578 71 
2.922 05 

19,303 25 


6,942 34 
2,902 31 

21,000 00 


267 01 


t 4 


126 18 


1 4 






683 41 


4 • 


Township of Sangamon. 


684 16 


6.766 42 


7,209 53 


241 05 


• 4 


Unit 


1,664 18 


2,919 55 


3,039 69 


1,544 04 


Pike 


County of Pike 


795 96 

99 89 

2,489 58 

343 78 

300 14 


21.381 78 


21,493 30 

99 89 

4,696 25 

7.17136 

3,470 84 


684 44 


« » 


Township of Newburg.. 

Pittsfleld.. 

PittsHeld School District 

School Dist No. 6.Tp.4,R.6 




* ■ 


2,206 67 
7,151 4S 
3,719 42 




« • 


823 85 


< • 


548 72 


Pulaski 




5,464 59 


9,759 42 


10,107 04 


5,116 97 


• • 


City of Mound City 


79 65 


2,050 20 


1,899 15 


230 60 


Randolph .... 




110 52 


3.226 83 


2.830 13 


607 22 


t* 


City of Chester 


293 47 


2.598 57 


2,791 82 


100 22 


Richland 


County of Richla